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  • Running a disk check on Windows 2000 Pro

    When running a disk check on a Windows 2000 professional computer it creates files in the root of the C: drive. What are these files and can they be used to restore data?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Help increasing size of C: drive in Windows 2000 Server

    I have a Windows 2000 server virtual machine running in VMware, which is running low on free space on its C: drive. Do you know of a way to increase the size of this C: drive system volume? I can easily increase the size of the space available to the virtual machine from within the VMware...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Cloning C and G drives on Windows Server 2008

    I need to clone my C drive and G drive on a Windows server 2008. The C drive is a mirror and the G drive is a 6 disk raid 5. What is my best option for cloning this setup?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2008: Freeing up space on C drive

    We currently have a Windows Server 2008 with both C and D drives. We have already freed up about 30 GB's of memory on the D drive using the shrink volume option but this also needs to be done to the C drive. But it says the extend volume is disabled on it. How should we free up the space on our C...

    ITKE352,395 pointsBadges:
  • C drive is out of space on Windows Server 2008

    I'm currently looking after Windows Server 2008 which has a C drive that has 20GB of memory (but only 1.5GB is free). I'm pretty sure it's going to run out of space pretty soon. I think it's due to several system updates (which I can't control). Would it be possible to reduce the space allocated to...

    ITKE352,395 pointsBadges:
  • Any way to view all C: drive files by size?

    I'm looking for a way to recursively list all files on a Windows XP C: drive and sort them by size, similar to what you'd do with "ls -R" in Unix. Is there any way to do this?

    AroundTheWorld55 pointsBadges:
  • Link two text files to be accessed through the network

    Hello, I've an app that's running on a machine and saving logs 24/7 to a text file located on the C: drive. I want to access this text file from another machine on the same network connected locally. From the second machine I can only view a shared drive across the network. The app does not have a...

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  • Not compiling

    When I'm compiling a program, it is not getting compiled and I'm getting the error as follows: javac:file not found: C:\One.java The program is in C: drive and I'm compiling it from that drive only even though program is not working.

    priyasonu10 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 rights

    Dear Sir, How to give c drive full control rights  for Domain user in windows 7

    Hardwarenetwotking20 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP Professional disk management

    My c drive[the one windows is installed on] does not show under disk management or device manager

    Xxx385 pointsBadges:
  • Hidden files and Drwtsn32.log

    Hi All,  After installing AVG free edition on Windows XP and doing the scan. I reboot my laptop and all the sudden the files that I have in my desktop and the C drive are disappear when I go to C drive I saw just a single file called (drwtsn32.log). It seems that all the files in C are hidden for...

    Thugheart5 pointsBadges:
  • Disabling automatic sharing of the root of the C drive in Windows 7

    Is it possible to disable the automatic sharing of the root of the C drive on all Windows 7 desktops? This is a huge security risk in my book. Suggestions if not? Reasons for not? How can I disable it?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Boot failure in Windows 98 operating system

    WINDOWS 98 - WILL NOT BOOT. I CAN GET TO C: PROMPT BUT EVEN THAT DOES NOT DO WHAT IT'S SUPPOSED AS FAR AS DOS COMMANDS IS CONCERNED IE CD, LIST, ETC. ... HOW CAN I GET THE SYSTEM TO BOOT

    JSKNOW9995 pointsBadges:
  • Format HDD

    Hello everyone, I am using COMPAQ CQ40-317TU laptop. How can I format C: drive using bootable Win XP cd?

    Niravsrparekh5 pointsBadges:
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