Short on space

  Dalglish2 17:42 14 Sep 08

Hi all

I have a space issue with the following config:
C drive 12.7 Gb (750Mb free)
F drive 76Gb (5Gb free)
Z drive external (465Gb (395Gb)

I want to know is there a better way to rearrange my hard drives so that more space is available?
If I was to upgrade to a larger C drive, how would I do this? (I have Acronis True Image 8.0 installed)
I have optimised my system using Registry mechanic and things have improved but if I wanted to install new software, this might present problems.
I have MS Office 2007 installed as the largest package on the C drive.
Many thanks

  pj123 18:21 14 Sep 08

This is very strange. I know exactly what I would do but find it very difficult to explain.

Will give it some more thought and post back.

  ICF 18:38 14 Sep 08

Many manufacture of hard drives have imaging software that will copy your operating software across to your new drive.You say you have Acronis this will do it also.Buy your new drive install it inplace of your F drive and put an image of c drive on it using Acronis.Then remove your C drive and put this drive in its place.Then replace your F drive.

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