I have a Toshiba laptop with a hard drive that is spilt into two. One is the normal C: Drive and the other is labelled 'Data' and in it is a recovery file.
Currently, the 'Data' folder has 67.2GB free and my hard drive is at 33.6gb of free space.
Is there anything to stop me using the free space on the data drive for storing information? Or better still, reducing the volume of the data drive and putting all the remaining free space back onto my C:?
As I mentioned there: 1. Create a recovery disc(s) if not already done 2. I'm not sure about the size you can shrink the recovery partition to, so you can give some of it to the C: drive 3. Best to ask at the Toshiba forums click here.
All the best with it. G
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