Solved Moving files from a full dis Tags: Configuration Moving Files Windows XP Last response: February 4, 2011 4:43 PM in Windows XP Share tpilsch January 7, 2011 8:26:16 PM I have a rather small C drive (30 GB) which is nearly full. I have a 150 GB D drive. How do I go about moving large files from C to D? More about : moving files full dis Best solution tigsounds January 7, 2011 9:49:37 PM You said "large" files. Right-click the start button, select Explore all users. Expand both drives by clicking the plus sign at each drive. Right-click folders that are not part of your operating system or associated with programs on drive C and select Cut. Click on the target drive letter D and right-click, select Paste. Share tpilsch February 4, 2011 4:43:59 PM Best answer selected by tpilsch. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedMoved aroung files in Nearly full HD, many files disappear Forum Cannot move files, all drives are full? Forum We cant see the offline files in windows vista control panel what is dis Forum SolvedFiles and Folders moving Forum Solvedwill moving everything to program files speed up my computer? Forum SolvedHelp moving files? Forum SolvedMoving Windows 7 on a SSD without losing files Forum SolvedAccessing Windows 8 user files after moving hard drive to separate computer Forum SolvedMoving files from one HD to another Forum SolvedMoving files from SSD to HDD Forum SolvedMoving Files Between Hard Drives Forum SolvedMoving files from external hard drive to NAS Forum Solvedcmd script for moving rar files to another directory. Forum SolvedCD-Rom is Full but when Opened No Files Appear Forum SolvedFiles disappear when moving WD My Book from router to PC Forum SolvedNeed help with moving excluded files on hd Forum CPU spikes to 100% when moving files to disk D Forum Almost there - moving files to another drive Forum SolvedMoving C drive directories and files after re-installing Forum SolvedProblems moving Program Files and Program Files (x86) Re: relocate program files Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !