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drive "D' on win.xp home is 92% full.dr."c" is 22% full,after defrag.How do I get more space on D,all non used app.s have been removed and reg. cleaned.If this is not the ans.would investing in a little more memory that can stand alone be the answer?I use an old hp 512 on dial up.and after 4 years this was bound to happen.If I play games I usually just have the one I'm playing set up.After trial and error.I'm perplexed and somewhat vexed by this.Thanx in adv. for your generous help.
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First off Hard drive space and memory are not the same. C:\ and D:\ are hard drives and have nothing to do with memory.

If you want more hard drive space you can try and clean up all the temp files a good program for this it CCleaner download install and run that, don't be suprised if it delete at lot of stuff, you don't need what it deletes. The other option is get another hard drive.
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