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#1 hussainsajwani


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Posted 12 February 2016 - 02:23 PM

Disclaimer: Not that computer savvy.
Have Windows-7 64bit
C drive: has 718GB/891GB FREE SPACE
D drive: has no room at all out of the 40GB 
Everything and I mean everything automatically gets saved into D (listed as "Image Backup") ... Even if I install programs in C manually the temporary files or something not sure technical term tries to store in D and then I start getting error. Windows won't update. Every time I shut down it tries to update but rinses and repeats every time. Solution without reinstalling windows? 

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#2 JohnC_21


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Posted 12 February 2016 - 04:16 PM

Turn off Windows Backup. Are you saying when you install a program it automatically gets installed to D: or just backup files?  What is the size of Partition D: and how much free space is on it. Also is D: a separate drive or a partition on the drive shared with partition C:?

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