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:shock:We need more Info? :?:

I think you said your OS is "Visa", so I assume that should be Vista, correct?

(If it is Vista, I can 'Feel your Pain' ) :lol:


Do you have a single hard-drive with more than one Partition,

or do you have 2 or more physical HDs in the computer?


What Size are the C:, D:, & other partitions or drives, in the computer?


Is this a Laptop or Desktop type computer?


Do you have an external HD, large enough, that you could temporarily copy everything on the D: drive to it?


The answer to those questions will help determine the Next-step.

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Hi Ann,

whether you have a PC or a laptop the D Drive is USUALLY associated as a back-up or system restore facility.

It is far smaller than the C (main) Drive and and should therfor only be used to store VITAL SYSTEM information.

Other data you want to store outside of the C drive,(computer) should be kept on disc or memory (USB) sticks.


Now to answer your question what you need to do is

CHEAP option buy either some read/write CD's or memory (USB) sticks

DEAR option buy an external drive.


After you have bought the above

insert CD plug in Stick/external drive

Go to D Drive

selected the Data you want to transfer/remove

right click the file

It will then give you the options

SEND to >CD/Store and go (usb)/external drive


and there you go






PS you can just transfer it back to C Drive select data then enter .

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