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D: drive according to onboard diagnostics failed test.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by TheArmegeddon, Nov 21, 2007.

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    Reason why is because it has less than 15% free space, right now it has 1 GB free of 8 GB, now when going into the drive it's of course the recovery drive and says if removing anything in the drive, recovery will be impossible, now I have no problem with my drive having that little space, however I like my diagnostics to be perfect so is there any way to clean out some recovery files? It's recycle bin is empty and thats all disk cleanup does, and while I'm here on my C: drive theres an invisible recycle bin with all the crap I've ever downloaded on this computer in what I'm guess a extremely small file type for the use of recovery, however since I had over 50GB worth of 100 KB or less files deleted (I do modifications and graphical add-ons for video games) it makes up a good 30 minutes of my virus scans, so is there a way to delete those without harming my computer?
     
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