40 gigs no space

Question

I had Motherboards and Upgrades build me a computer. I have a 40 gig hard drive and thought that would be enough space for a few programs. I have Cakewalk Home studio, digital photo shot, a sound card, word 2000, excel 2000, and real one player and I am totally out of disk space. Why would I run out of disk space so quickly when I don't have hardly any programs installed? I though a 40 gig hard drive would be plenty of space. Am I wrong?

Thanks for you help,

J

Answer

This question was answered on May 6, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

The reason why you might not have space is because it might not be a full partition of 40 gigs thats why you are running out of space you may be able to fix this problems in the system tools or administrative tools in the disk management section just set the hard drive to a full partition of 40 gigs

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on May 6, 2003