Re: recovery (d) is full
You D: drive is most likely a small (~ 10 GB) RESTORE partition set up by your
computer manufacturer to enable you to restore your computer to a factory
shipped condition and should be left alone and not used for ANYTHING unless you
made Restore DVDs per the manufacturer's instructions.
To get rid of the low space warnings, go to Control Panel (Classic view) >
Administrative Tools > Computer Management (approve UAC) > click Disk Management
> right click on the D: drive and select "Change Drive Letter and Paths" > click
the Remove button and OK the confirmation box, click OK and close Computer
This will not harm the data on the D: drive and should you need to access it
again, you can reassign the D: drive letter to it.
The low space warnings should disappear and you will not see the D: drive in
Computer or Windows Explorer.
I Bleed Blue and Gold
"nonmon42" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I receive a message that recover d is full and it tells me to back up files
> and delete any unneeded files. When I open drive recover d all that is there
> is recycle bin and that is empty When I run a system diagnostic report it
> says that there is only 15% free disk space. It says to verify disk space
> which I did then back up non critical files and remove from the drive. I also
> did that all that is there is recycle bin then it says to perform disk
> cleanup which I did. It still gives the same error when I reboot my computer.