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Drive "D:" Problems

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I have a Windows XP. I am having problems with my D: drive. For some reason it only has 0 MB left for space, I've removed many programs by it doesn't change it much and i've tried other things like defragmation and disc cleanup but they don't have much of an impact. Most of the programs i've installed are installed on drive C:

Can someone please help me with this?

Thank you very much.


Edited by Guerriero, 15 July 2007 - 12:08 AM.

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Check the file system.
Also look at the folder System Volume Information.
Have you got any spyrewire or antivirus software? This programs save the results of ckecking, so it can take some space.
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