|First off, thanks for all the responses. Here’s what I’m trying to figure out. I have a PC (about 6 years old) with 80GB Hard Drive. 69GB on C drive and a little over 5GB on Drive (FAT32 file). Stored on there in C drive I have Picture, Music and Video files. I have them added to my Windows Media Player so I can sync up the files to my Archos AV700 (100GB) MP4 player.|
I’m almost out of room (15GB left) on the PC to store files like wma and wmv. I just bought an Archos 10 netbook for two reasons. One is to have a small portable internet device and second is to move the wma and wmv files over to it so I can continue to sync the files to my mp4 player.
The Archos 10 C and D drive are both NTFS file systems. When I first copied my pictures, wma’s and one wmv file to it (on C drive) all played okay. When I copied the rest of the wmv files to the D drive and added them to the Windows Media Player, I think it may have corrupted something and it may have ended-up effecting all audio and video files being played. Even when I rebooted a few times, during start-up, the windows theme was garbled. I did a disk check on both the C and D drives and the D drive seemed to be stuck on 4th phase of a 5 phase check. I ended-up using the recover feature and brought it back to factory setting. I then again set the OS configurations to my liking again and reinstalled my picture files and one wmv file. All is okay to that point. I will wait to copy the wma files until the weekend. I Is there a resone why the C drive has only 43GB and the D drive has 95GB?
I’m only knowledgeable with computers to a point, after that. I’m lost