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(Question) Data (D:) Drive.

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Fuck. Maybe I should just sell my laptop and buy a laptop with only 1 drive.. -____-

It has got one drive.

It's partitioned. Most/All laptops are like this.

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Well, like you said if I wanted to save my files into my D: drive, I wouldn't be able to because it's completely empty and hasn't got the Program Files (x86) and all that crap.

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Um you don't need to save them in that folder, just make a folder in your d drive called "programs" and save stuff there

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Yeah, look at my Z:\ drive for example:

Z:\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\

The program files bit isn't needed. The registry and other system files will contain all the directory information on.

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Yeah, look at my Z:\ drive for example:

Z:\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\

The program files bit isn't needed. The registry and other system files will contain all the directory information on.

So you can put stuff on both Disks?

I just saw I've only got 9GB left on my first one.

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Yes you can install a program anywhere you want it.

You could install a program on your desktop if you thought it would be a good idea.

On mine I have

D:\Downloads

D:\Diablo II

D:\Steam

D:\Oblivion

etc

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Fuck. Maybe I should just sell my laptop and buy a laptop with only 1 drive.. -____-

I THINK any laptop you buy; it'll split the hdd up no matter what.

Correct me if i'm wrong anyone.

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I THINK any laptop you buy; it'll split the hdd up no matter what.

Correct me if i'm wrong anyone.

My Cousins's Vaio has only 1 drive that is 500GB

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i have 3, the (C:) has 150gb, my (D:) has 99.9mb LOL and my ( E:) has 129gb

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Sigh...

Goto Control Panel -> Administrative tools -> Computer Management -> Storage -> Disk Management -> Your drives, delete D drive and then extend C drive.

Hope this helps, it is not very detailed but yeh.

It will extend your C drive by the amount of GBs in your D drive.

All data on D Drive will be lost! All will be kept on C drive.

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