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Dell Inspiron 1545 - E Drive (Recovery) full


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Thanks for the info and warning. I've read the link and now understand what is needed to get the unallocated space in the right place. I will read and digest the Easeus guide and, when I'm feeling sufficiently brave, I will give it a go!
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Good Luck please let us know how it goes
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mccaa1

I just wondered if you had a result on this.

I hope it was successful




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Sorry for not getting back to you earlier. I downloaded the partition manager programme (EaseUS) but have struggled to follow the insructions. Or maybe a bit concerned I'm going to lose all my data! I will try and spend a bit more time following the instructions but, having gone through the tutorial, I cannot seem to make it work!

Edited by mccaa1, 16 September 2012 - 11:00 AM.

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Hi Macboatmaster

Just to let you know that I had a brave moment this evening and decided to try the EaseUS partition manager program come what may. (Just had enough of seeing the Low Disk Space message everytime I logged on). Anyway, it went well. Shrunk C and extended E. Took a while for it to reboot but it is now all OK. No more warning message coming up. The E bit is now only half full. C drive is 174GB free of 212GB. Wouldn't have done it without your help. Many, many thanks.
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