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Old 04-09-2007
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Vista
I am running a Vista Ultimate 32 bytes. Suddenly my Pc crashed and declared
that the free syze in Disk C is 0 bytes. The total size of C is 250 MB and
the used space was only about 70 MB.
So i deletes mails, temporary files and some programs. This enables me to
restore. I had a new free size of 3 MB.
What could be the reason of this killing of disc C ?
avigdl@bezeqint.net

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Old 04-09-2007
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RE: Vista
Go to Administrative Tools, Computer Maintenance, Disk Management and see
what's wrong. Right click on the C drive portion, properties to see a visual
of the drive and use Tools to do error checking with fix errors & then
defrag. Did you reinstall Windows lately? You might have duplicate installs.
Disk Cleanup might help, too.

"avigdl" wrote:

> I am running a Vista Ultimate 32 bytes. Suddenly my Pc crashed and declared
> that the free syze in Disk C is 0 bytes. The total size of C is 250 MB and
> the used space was only about 70 MB.
> So i deletes mails, temporary files and some programs. This enables me to
> restore. I had a new free size of 3 MB.
> What could be the reason of this killing of disc C ?
> avigdl@bezeqint.net
>
> Abraham Guedalia

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Old 04-10-2007
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RE: Vista
Your hard drive is woefully inadequate.

"avigdl" wrote:

> I am running a Vista Ultimate 32 bytes. Suddenly my Pc crashed and declared
> that the free syze in Disk C is 0 bytes. The total size of C is 250 MB and
> the used space was only about 70 MB.
> So i deletes mails, temporary files and some programs. This enables me to
> restore. I had a new free size of 3 MB.
> What could be the reason of this killing of disc C ?
> avigdl@bezeqint.net
>
> Abraham Guedalia

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Old 04-10-2007
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Re: Vista


You're sure that's MEGAbytes? Must be a very old drive.
Vista's installation is going to take up several GIGAbytes.



>> I am running a Vista Ultimate 32 bytes. Suddenly my Pc crashed and
>> declared
>> that the free syze in Disk C is 0 bytes. The total size of C is 250 MB
>> and
>> the used space was only about 70 MB.
>> So i deletes mails, temporary files and some programs. This enables me to
>> restore. I had a new free size of 3 MB.
>> What could be the reason of this killing of disc C ?
>> avigdl@bezeqint.net
>>
>> Abraham Guedalia


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