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Hey guys. I'm dying here. I have a 30 gig hd partitioned into 15 drives. Managing them is ridiculous but I can handle most of it. The problem is that my "c" drive, which I've aptly named "Windows", keeps getting too full to operate my system well. I know about the disk cleanup and reducing the restore file, and a couple other tricks. But how else can I keep from filling this stupid partition up?
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Welcome devlincyd <_<

You'll need to make it larger. With 30 partitions there probably just isn't enough room for Windows, temp files, swap files, etc. Unfortunatley, you're going to lose all the data on your hard drive when you resize the partition, unless you purchase a third party utility--like Partition Magic.
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