|11 Jun 2012||#1|
No memory with nothing on computer
Last week i installed windows seven again because my computer stuffed up blah blah blah,
anyway when i installed it i tried to download something and it says i have no space free.
So i tried deleting heaps of stuff i dont need but still no space back.
i looked in ny computer file it has local disk which is fine, but there's another folder that's popped up called RECOVERY with 0 bytes free of 14.6. in the file it has program files, program files x86, users, recovery and windows.
How do i delete this file and get all my space back so i can download stuff and install stuff like java even!
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|11 Jun 2012||#2|
It would appear you are attempting to install Windows onto the recovery partition of your system. This partition is provided by the computer manufacturer to re-install the Operating system and all manufacturer specific items without using a disc. removing the contents of the recovery partition is possible but not a good idea.
When you are installing from a separate disc, check the options for the location to install to, you should have other partitions available or an area of un-allocated space, one of these is the correct location for install, 14.6, I assume GByte? is not sufficcient to install Windows 7 on, from a practical point of view, even if it were all free space
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