|From previous posts, it sounds like you have tried to backup, |
& by mistake you have saved to the D recovery partition.
Usually these are relatively small, so you have now nearly
filled it up. Hence the low disk space.
Pc Angel is the software to create this partition.
I have tried googleing to find a way of accessing the partition
to remove the files you have added, but have had no luck yet.
My only thought at the moment, is to use a bootable cd, like
knoppix, to gain access to the D partition.
I'll continue to have a look, in the meantime perhaps someone
else has some ideas.
When you first got the pc, were you asked to create recovery dvd's? If so, you could use those, that would recreate the recovery partition & the C partition, to the day you bought the pc, BUT you would loose any installed programs & documents.
CAN you explore the D partition? After you get the message about altering files, can you see what is on there? Providing you don't do anything, it should be safe to explore.
UK MP's are thieving scumbags.
EU members are worse.