#1 By: rhondas, August 3rd, 2013 08:44
I did a complete restore , and after it was completed I noticed my d drive has noting on it , its formatted, and I am pretty sure there is a reason for this drive to be there how ever it should have something on it or should I some how partiton it to go into all of my other drive which is the C drive, please give advice thank you
#2 By: dpb, August 3rd, 2013 09:15
Looks like a manufacturer's default restore partition to me.
It contains something. Have you explored the drive via disk management what it has in it?
I am surprised it's NTFS. Hmmm...
Looks like you are Windows 7 or Vista, right?
#3 By: Xhi, August 3rd, 2013 12:08
At 9GB I would not waste my time worrying about it. Best leave it alone.
I would be interested to know why you have compressed the first disk which has hardly anything on it. Decompressing slows things down unless you need to save space. Even if you need to save space purchasing a second internal or external disk is a much better choice.
#4 By: Naman Sood, August 3rd, 2013 13:17
He's got Vista.
If you have installed Linux on its own partition in a dual-boot configuration, there’s no easy uninstaller that will remove it for you. You will need to delete its partitions and repair the Windows boot loader on your own.
Follow the steps under the heading "Delete Your Linux Partitions" heading for the 9.92 GB partition. If it's empty, it's useless.
#5 By: Xhi, August 3rd, 2013 14:07
Current price per GB of HDD space is ten cents. Not worth the effort to save a dollar.
#6 By: rhondas, August 3rd, 2013 21:33
I would be interested to know why you have compressed the first disk which has hardly anything on it. Decompressing slows things down unless you need to save space. Even if you need to save space purchasing a second internal or external disk is a much better choic
Hi I must have accidentally checked off the compression on that box before I took the screen shot because I rechecked it and its now not compressed .
#7 By: Naman Sood, August 4th, 2013 00:30
You'd be surprised how much a dollar can mean for some people here.
#8 By: rhondas, August 4th, 2013 10:21
Hi , I'm getting like Columbo on TV
should leave well enough alone as they say because isn't 9.99GB in my D not much as compared to the amount in my C drive which is 206 GB of free space, how ever I noticed that I have used 12.7 GB just for the basics in the system, and what I was thinking on the line of -If I could gain another 9.99 GB from the D drive will it reduce the used space to 12.7 minus - the 9.99 GB to a total of only approximate 4. GB or its doesn't work that way? let me know- thanks again
#9 By: Naman Sood, August 4th, 2013 10:34
What do you mean? Be clear.
#10 By: Robert_Zanol, August 4th, 2013 10:37
Not true. Your used space will still be 12.7 GB because that is how much space your files take up. Adding more free space to your C: partition will not change how much space your data occupies, however it will increase your free space that is available.
#11 By: rhondas, August 4th, 2013 10:54
OK thank you for the correct answer ,so leave well enough alone as they say