Hey, so my friend has been having a problem downloading and installing things on his computer,most of his files by default are installing on his image back up drive which is only 40g, his main hard drive is 500g and has plenty of space. So when he tried to install a game like starcraft a prompt immediately comes up saying that there is not enough space on his hard drive. doesn't even give the option to pick the directory to install in. so we wanted to know how to get rid of the D drive. Also while looking at his 500G C: drive i saw strange files,i took a pic and wanted to know if these where viruses
To get rid of 'D'
Back up any useful data on 'D' and format it.
Download and install Easeus Partition Manager http://download.cnet.com/EaseUS-Partition-Master-Home-E...
‘Go to Main Screen’
Select the empty partition (‘D’for you)
You are left with ‘C’ and unallocated space.
Simply place mouse cursor over the end of the C bar and slide it to the right until it is large enough for your requirements (See red arrow http://prntscr.com/9d4h8)
Click ‘OK’ then ‘Apply’
OK the next screens, Windows will reboot and voila! you will have your new partitions… http://prntscr.com/9tzjs
well if you wanted to free the disc space from D; and add it to C: assuming it is the same physical drive... you could also just go to the disk management tool and remove the drive letter. I'm guessing the image drive the OP mentioned has the system restore image or tools so probably best to save it.
Should have a logical drive 'E'. Either clear it and delete it or reduce it's size and expand 'D' into the unallocated space.
From your post I guess you only have 'C' and 'D'...don't understand why games are directed to 'D', however, on EPM main screen just highlight the drive you want to adjust ('C') and select 'Resize/move' from the menu bar, and simply move the slider to reduce the size of 'C' to, say, 120Gb, then 'OK' that. Select 'D' on the main window and slide to use all the unallocated space. 'OK' then 'Apply' Windows will restart and the changes will take place during the restart.