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Old 10-11-2009
xadianx
 

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Reinstalled Vista need help asap!

So i formatted and reinstalled vista.Everythign went fine intill i went
to install SP2 from automatic updates.It said no free space.
I went and checked my drives vista was installed on my "recovery" drive
and now my original C" drive that is completely empty is nowlabeled as
drive "D" and I can't seem to change it.
I tried to run the Vista dvd-rom and it won't even run due to the lack
of free space.
How am I to fix this?


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Old 10-11-2009
Rick Rogers
 

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Re: Reinstalled Vista need help asap!
Hi,

You need to start over from scratch. Either that or use disk manager to
delete D: and expand C: to encompass the resulting free space.

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> So i formatted and reinstalled vista.Everythign went fine intill i went
> to install SP2 from automatic updates.It said no free space.
> I went and checked my drives vista was installed on my "recovery" drive
> and now my original C" drive that is completely empty is nowlabeled as
> drive "D" and I can't seem to change it.
> I tried to run the Vista dvd-rom and it won't even run due to the lack
> of free space.
> How am I to fix this?
>
>
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