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Catnip1337

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Ive had this laptop for about a month now and I have 0 out of 74.5 GB free. I think ASUS put all the system files on the C drive. I read something about changing virtual memory but I don't know how to do it. I also uninstalled some things but that didn't help much. The model of the laptop is the ASUS N71J with Win7 Premium 64 bit. My other drives are all pretty much empty. How can I get my c drive to not be full?
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Let's take a look at the partitioning on your computer.
  • Go to Start > Run.
  • Type in diskmgmt.msc and click Enter.
  • On right the side you will see a visual depiction of the partitions on your hard drive. I need you to take a screenshot and attach it to your next reply.
  • To take a screenshot press Print Screen on your keyboard. It is normally the key above your number pad between the F12 key and the Scroll Lock key.
  • Go to Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint.
  • Press CTRL+V to paste the contents of the screenshot into the paint workspace.
  • Go to File > Save As.
  • Save the file as a JPEG to your desktop.
Please attach the screenshot to your next reply.


Let's get a look at those files.
  • Download TreeSizeFree from my signature.
  • Install and run the program.
  • Select Scan from the toolbar and scan the partition where Windows resides (usually C:).
Wait for the scan to finish and take a screenshot and post it in your next reply.

Edited by FNP, 25 June 2010 - 05:37 PM.

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