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I Can't Ingnore my (D:) Drive Being Full - It Fully Effects my Com

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In another post, you say to just ignore the notice but the thing is (I have the same problem with my D: drive being full) and I and my siblings enjoy playing the sims 2 and originally I had all the expansion packs and stuff packs on my computer and my computer went twice as fast as it does now with only 5 additional packs. I got rid of most of the packs I had because I never used them. Now my D: drive space is low and I dont know how to clear it and because it is low, the sims 2 operates REALLY SLOWLY and its not because my local disk (C:) is full because its pretty much empty. Can you help me to empty my D: drive because I cant ignore it because it impacts my computer greatly. thanks
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What is the make and model of your computer?
Does the D: drive house the recovery/restore files on your system?
Have you been installing things (like the Sims2) to the D: drive?
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Is System Restore enabled on drive D?
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