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Recovery(D:) is default drive for windows, program files ...

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  • Started 6 years ago by usais1
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usais1
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Windows 7 has recovery(d:) as the default file which contains windows.old (Vista), windows, program files, library, and users file.
The recovery(d:) drive has space problems. Would I have to reinstall Windows 7?

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Fernguy
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whs
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Windows.old does not belong there. When you are done with it, just delete it. The other files you mentioned are probably part of the recovery partition. If you post a picture of D:, we would know better.

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