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Free Disk up space on a Sony PCG-FX120

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  1. bmiller55

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    I'm using my old Sony Viao Laptop, for a temporary road trip and I'm trying to download Windows XP SP2 for the Win XP Pro I am running on this computer.
    Problem is:
    I do not have enough disk space. It is a 10Gb hard disk partitioned with a C: and D: Drive. The D: drive has almost 4Gb of space free.
    How do I partition the drives to utilize that space? If not partition maybe I can do something else.
    I am running WIN XP PRO, version 2002, with a Pentium III processor (695MHz) and 512 MB of RAM
     
  2. Rich-M

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    You would need a disk partitioning utility to merge the C and D such as Acronis Disk Director.
     
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    Personally I would not bother with a partition on a drive that small.
    You can delete the partition when installing windows.
    OTOH have you already installed windows but can not access the "D" partition?
     
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    Thanks for your reply.
    Yes, I have already installed Windows and cannot access the D drive. Recommendations? Thx.
     
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    Utilized a free copy of EASEUS Partion Manager 1.6.2 to resize hard drive partions.
     
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