Sorry if i am using the wrong terminology. but i shall try and describe my issue as best as i can!
My computers hard drive is, i believe, made up of 2 parts, a "C:" drive and a "D:" drive. the C: drive is the default drive, onto which everything up until recently has been installed. i only recently discovered that i was 'allowed' to put things in my D: drive, believing that it was reserved solely for temporary downloads or something similar! anyhow, there is now a few things on my D: drive, such as my music, and a few pictures, nothing whose location is depended upon by any other programs. My problem is that i have completely run out of space on my C: drive, whose capacity is only 27.9GB, compared to the D: drives practically empty 121GB.
What can i do to redress the balance?
- Can i relocate everything onto the D: drive, without all of the programs loosing their source address information (or whatever its called!), and therefore not working?
- Can i 'redistribute' the capacity of each section of the hard disk, reallocating a part or all of the memory of my D: drive over to the C: drive? Would this potentially cause problems with corrupt files?
- Is there something else i can do to sort out this issue?