D drive is full Your Recovery D partition is set up by your computer manufacturer in case of serious problems in your system. You use that to restore your sytem. You are NOT supposed to touch it.... not to add or remove anything to or from it.
Quote: Originally Posted by NeedHelp12
I was having some issues while spending time with some friends via the internet (primarily while playing Left 4 Dead 2), and my computer kept on freezing and locking up. I think it might be due to too much space on my computer being taken up, thus making it to where my computer didn't have enough space to play Left 4 Dead 2. I think I'm attaching a picture of what the My Computer screen looks like.
Yes, I know this isn't a pressing matter, but I do occasionally want to have fun with my family, and this is one of the only ways, as naturally some of my family lives in a different state. Anyway, I need some help, seeing as how I'm not very computer-wise, and have no clue what's going on. Suggestions?
Have you been using the D drive for scheduled File Backups ?
If that is the case, call you computer manufacturer, tell them the situation.......
1. Ask them for a set of recovery DVDs in the event that you have to to re-install from it, if you don't have a set made yourself.
2. Ask them how to remove the backup files or any items that are NOT supposed to be there.
They created the recovery partition, they know perfectly how to take care of it.
Let them teach you how to.
Purchase an external hard drive and use it for files backup.
It cost under $100. Some even cheaper.