Move Data folders from D: to C: How to: From the D: drive Select the folder, then Right click - select cut navigate to the C: drive Select folder, right click - select paste. When completed, empty the recycle bin, just in case something is in there.
As per reply #3, if your system came preinstalled with Windows 7 then your D drive is MOST PROBABLY your recovery partition. If this is the case then DO NOT touch this partition unless you purchase or make a recovery disk set as well as a Windows 7 repair disk, and you may consider making a Windows 7 password recovery disk. After you have the recovery disk set then you can delete the entire partition and create a new one using that space.
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