Lack of space on BOOT:C....What about BACKUP:D?

  DANZIG 16:19 04 Jan 05

This might be a silly question but....

The BOOT:C bit on my hard drive has only 10% of free space left on it however the BACKUP:D bit on it has 97% free.

Is there any way to transfer some of that free space, which to my knowledge has never been used since I got the PC, over to the 'C' bit?

Is is possible, what are the ramifications of me doing it and how do I do it?

  Maverick81 16:23 04 Jan 05

Hello Danzig, easiest way to do it would be for you to move some of your data from c: to d:
You cant physical move free space between drives but you can move the data.

Create a folder on D:\ and start moving your data etc etc over to it.

My system has two drives, a very fast 40gb hard drive for windows and apps, the second drive is a huge 200gb drive where I keep all my music, games and movies.

Hope this helps

Cheers, Mav

  JaßîsFaß ˜ 16:26 04 Jan 05

If C and D are partitions on one HDD see
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  JaßîsFaß ˜ 16:29 04 Jan 05
  DANZIG 20:17 04 Jan 05


Did what Mav said and it seems to have worked.


  JaßîsFaß ˜ 02:10 05 Jan 05


A tick for resolved then

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