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    C drive full.....D drive empty

    Can someone help me? my C drive used 108/116gb. BUT my D drive usd like 1/327gb.

    Is it possible to remove like 100gb from my D drive and put it in my C Drive?

    OR i there any other way to add space? i have 8gb left to use on my c drive.

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    Here's a simple explanation of how to do it:
    http://www.nirmaltv.com/2009/05/12/h...-in-windows-7/

    Unfortunately since you want to move space from D to C I think you'll have to delete the D partition, expand the C partition, and re-create the D partition in the remaining empty space. Alternately you could just delete your D and expand the C to fill the entire drive. You'll never have to worry about it again, just make sure to keep everything defragged.
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