Hi, I have a Acer Aspire 1510 running on Vista and for some reason the c drive full but d drive is emtpy, there are no movies, photo's and only a handfull of music tracks, the c and d drive are not massive (32gb each) but surely the c drive should not be full. Any Ideas
I had already deleted restore points except the latest. What i thought about doing was shinking the volume of drive 'D' and then increasing drive 'C', although i can shink 'D' the option to increase 'C' is not highlighted
To be able to increase C: the empty space must be contiguous with the C: partition. You probably now have C: + D: + Empty space so you cannot increase C: as the D: partition is in the middle. The best way of doing it is to use a partition tool such as Easeus Partition Manager click here which is free. You can then delete the D: partition and increase the C: partition to take up the whole of the drive. Ensure that you have no data on D: that you wish to keep before doing this.