The space on my HD don't seem correct, Please Help?

Question

My C: drive has 1.99MB space and my D: drive has 35MB space, plus my computer seems to run slow. I feel that these MB numbers are reversed on the drives. How do I correct this ?

Gary

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This question was answered on January 22, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

I need further info to help you exactly, but here are some suggestions First, if you have one physical Hard Drive then you just need to re-partition the HD using the "FDISK" command to resize the logical drives (C: and D:) If you have two physical HDs restart the computer to get in to "SETUP" or BIOS settings and check the size listed under Primary or Master and Secondary or Slave IDE Drives If it is wrong you may have to download and updated version of you BIOS, also check to see if you have a floppy disk from the HD manufacturer Hope this helps.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on January 22, 2004