an asy FREE way, is to delete system 32 in the C drive
in c drive
If your OS is located at C: drive then you will have to use a bootable floppy or CD. After booting from floppy or CD,you can go to command prompt and them type format C: And if your OS is not located at C then you can do that while running windows xp.
Usually on the C drive of your harddisk.
It is located on your C drive under windows. The apth would look like the following C: Windows/SysWow64
If you format a hard drive that contains Windows, it will be removed. Formatting a drive gets rid of all of the information on it. However, you can right-click your C:/ drive and click format, but it will not allow you if your current OS is running on that drive.
Easy, remove the downloaded "cache" from your "program files" located in your c: drive.
ntbackup backup c:\ /j "C Drive Backup" /n "C Drive Backup Tape"
If you don't have a DVD drive then it is th C:// drive and the D:// drive. However, if you do it is only the C:// drive.
DRIVE C IS KNOEN AS WINDOW DRIVE,SO ITS DIFFICULT TO HIDE DRIVE C.... but if you wnt to do so ,then install your window inanother drive......
To get into the C drive using command prompt, type "c:" If you want to look at the things in C drive, type "mem /c" or "dir /c"
This depends, generally the C drive is where Windows (the operating system), your programs, and your own personal files (such as the files on your desktop and in "My Documents") are kept. However note that all three of these things can be installed on any drive letter, C is the most commonly used however.
Your computer is set up to use drive C as a primary, assuming this is where the Windows folder is located. To save files on another hard drive, click on download and change the download destination, or you can save it to C then move it later.
Because Drive D has more space than Drive c because of their differents EXAMPLE : Drive D is data. Data is important so it has more room than drive C , Drive c of course is just C ,so that makes Drive C less important! C is just its name nothing fancy.
Main Hard Drive
C: drive is the main hard drive on your computer. Hard drives are identified by letter, with C: being reserved for the first bootable drive in a computer.
Are you asking how do you "rename" the C drive? or how to place a folder in C drive named Kenya?
It is just another area on the hard drive for you to store data. There is no difference between the C and D hard drive. Although many computer manufacturers split a hard drive in 3 parts. 1 is a hidden partition that basically stores the factory system restore program, the second is the C drive, and the thrid is the D drive which can be used as a backup for the system. You may use disk management (vista only) or a thrid-party partition editor (recommed for xp or lower) to resize your partitions if you want to get rid of the D drive to increase space on the C drive.
it is when your c drive is out of space it is when your c drive is out of space
A file in C means a file found in your computer's C Drive. Start > My Computer > C Drive
you can find 'config new' file in the Program Files of Crossfire, located in your C drive.
The "C" Drive is a non-removable drive that stores multiple computer programs and/or documents on the hard drive of the CPU.
OK. open command.com type in ATTRIB SHOPPERS REPORT.DLL -R fixed? And dlete shoppers report in you c or d drive.
To extend C drive, there must be some contiguous unallocated space on the right side of C drive.