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Today I loaded Win XP. Some how I lost 38gb of memory. Looking in computer management I have 38gb unallocated space and only 2gb on C: drive. How do I get my memory space back? I am working in windows XP. This is on a Dell Optiplex GX270 comp. Thanks for anyhelp.
Is there a product that is available to write over unallocated disk space for an XP desktop? Would like to do so without jeopardizing data integrity of the existing FS. Intent is to fully "delete" data for security reasons; as a routine process.