Upgrade local disk Tags: Hard Drives External Drive Storage Last response: February 20, 2010 8:30 PM in Storage Share Anonymous a b G Storage February 20, 2010 4:43:44 AM Hello,hi im elmer,im just worried about my local disk storaull,since i cannot buy for now a external drive,is it possible to upgrade my local disk to higher storage?pls help.tnx More about : upgrade local disk MrLinux a b G Storage February 20, 2010 9:39:11 AM There is no way anyone can give you an answer without knowing what you have already. m 0 l p1n3apqlexpr3ss February 20, 2010 8:30:49 PM If you havent partitioned your HDD, it will be automatically at its max capacity... to get more storage space, youll need to get a new HDD m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Upgrade local disk capacity Forum SolvedLocal Disk D: and C:, Will it be saved if I install Windows 8 Pro? Forum SolvedAccidentally extracted to Local Disk Root, need to figure out what is essential and what is not Forum SolvedSwitch Local Disk Forum SolvedLocal disk C Forum Solvedwhy is my local disk (G:)after installing xp pro? Forum SolvedCan't extend Local Disk although there is unallocated space? Forum SolvedSanDisk Cruzer Glide 16 gb (USB) recognized as a local disk and not a removable disk Forum SolvedLocal Disk C naming Forum SolvedLocal Disk and HDD Help ? Forum Solvedhow to make more space for the local disk(C:) Forum Solvedhow delete one local disk? Forum SolvedNew Hard Drive, Local DISK C OLD FILES Forum SolvedLocal disk D is missing or stolen? Forum SolvedHard disk Recovery(local drive) Forum SolvedPortable hard drive recognized as local disk Forum SolvedCreated a second local disk, how can i delete it? Forum Wd passport shows as local disk... (i have viewed all the other threads) Forum Solvedcan i change the name of the "Local Disk"? Forum SolvedExternal Hard Drive showing up as Local Disk (J:) Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !