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I've done it again!!! My C drive is almost full (3% free space). How can I move files to an external harddrive or the D drive?? How can I do this!!

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If D drive is your computer recovery partition - DON'T TOUCH IT!
Do you have external hard drive?
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Yes, I do have an external drive.
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Hook it up, turn it on, copy, and paste any data, you don't need on your primary hard drive (pictures, movies, music, etc.).
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Windows needs at least 15% of a free space to operate correctly.
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