After an installation, I lost half of my memory in disk D. I looked in disk management, but there is nothing.
How can I recover all of my free space in D when it’s gone and is not in C? I don’t undestand what happened! I’m with Windows 7.
did any of the solutions described above work for you? Please keep us updated. Thank you!
seems strange but not unusual .
heres what you can try ....
>First of all , run a Defragmenter Tool . Avoid the Default Windows tool ,
you can use Auslogics (http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/disk-defrag/)
or if you are an advanced user and willing to pay for a software , try Ultimate Defrag or Perfect Disk Pro . you can also go for there Trial Versions . just use it during the trial and then uninstall .
>Run a system cleaner utility . Run the default windows system cleaner and then run the CCleaner (http://www.piriform.com/CCLEANER)
>Now run the CCleaner again . and go to the section where it says Utilities , and under utilities go to section System Restore .
now see , how many system restore points are there .
if too many , they might also be eating up the disk space .
delete the unnecessary and keep only which you want .
>restart and see if some thing worked .
>try running a disk analyser and see for what all is going in the disk esp pertaining to segments and sectors . you can use this tool -- EAseus Partition Master . just download the Home Free Version (http://www.partition-tool.com/easeus-partition-manager/features.htm)
>as a last resort , run the Gparted Live utility .
its one the most powerful and efficient Disk Partition Editors .
you will find all the instructions and guide on creating a Live USB or CD and how to use .here -- http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php
Gpart FAQs-- http://gparted.sourceforge.net/faq.php
hope it helps ...
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