Now you have to manually delete what you can or backup little used
information to CD/DVD disks, or an external hard drive, and then delete the
original information off of drive D:
Another alternative is to add another hard drive and move some information
from drive D: to the new hard drive.
It's the same principal as packing a suitcase for vacation. If everything
you want to take doesn't fit - what do you do?
Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User
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"naturesmeds" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I try to defragment drive D, but there isn't enough unused space to run
> It needs 15% unused. I have 7% unused.
> I have already ran disk cleanup.
> Now what?