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Old 10-30-2008
Dave M
 

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recovery partition D, full disk warning
Something in my HP desktop is trying to write on this partition. I have had
this problem since day one on a new computer. I have an external drive for
backup installed. This works well.
How do I stop this warning, or better yet, stop whatever is cauing the
problem? I can not figure out how to delete the unneeded files or even find
out which ones they are.
HP pavilion a6010n; Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit; My Book 500Gb
Business external drive
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Old 11-04-2008
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Re: recovery partition D, full disk warning
"Dave M" <DaveM@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:915019E9-D63B-4A97-9C9B-A51FE93EECCA@microsoft.com...
> Something in my HP desktop is trying to write on this partition. I have
> had
> this problem since day one on a new computer. I have an external drive
> for
> backup installed. This works well.
> How do I stop this warning, or better yet, stop whatever is cauing the
> problem? I can not figure out how to delete the unneeded files or even
> find
> out which ones they are.
> HP pavilion a6010n; Windows Vista Home Premium 32 bit; My Book 500Gb
> Business external drive
> --
> Dave Miller


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