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Recovery D is full, need to do something


andy63walsh

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I know I posted this a while ago, but it is full again and the old thread is locked. It just fills up, tried to cut and paste some of the stuff in Recovery to an external hard drive we have, thinking the laptop would just go there for what it needs, but no, when i click on the desktop shortcuts or programs it can't find it.Help

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Chronos the 2nd

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You will need to explain your problem in greater detail as I for one can not figure out what your problem is.

Can you provide a link to your old thread? Does not matter that it is locked we can still read it just not add to it.

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wiz-king

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If D is a recovery partition then you should not put anything on it except windows backups. If it is backups you can delete all bar the last couple.

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andy63walsh

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here is the old thread...... click here

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andy63walsh

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i had enough, just formatted c and d, now need to start again, how? Best way?

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andy63walsh

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i had enough, just formatted c and d, now need to start again, how? Best way?

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Clean install windows 7 see here

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