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Windows 7: windowsimagebackup.vhd and paradoxly insufficient space on drive D:

30 Dec 2013   #1
thomastak

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windowsimagebackup.vhd and paradoxly insufficient space on drive D:

Hello,

I would like to ask what should my client do with this file mentioned in the title, because he has a problem with insufficient disk space on drive D. This file's volume on disk is 72,2GB. Is this file some important file and is there some way how to decrease the volume of size on drive D? There is nothing else on it than some office files that cosumes just few GB.


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30 Dec 2013   #2
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thomastak View Post
Hello,

I would like to ask what should my client do with this file mentioned in the title, because he has a problem with insufficient disk space on drive D. This file's volume on disk is 72,2GB. Is this file some important file and is there some way how to decrease the volume of size on drive D? There is nothing else on it than some office files that cosumes just few GB.
windowsimagebackup.vhd is a system image (backup). It's located in folder WindowsImageBackup. If you don't want to keep the backup, you can delete that folder (and remove it from recycle bin).

You want to decrease size of D??? I think you want to increase instead(?)
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