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Darned D Drive

by jam4201 / September 7, 2006 12:05 PM PDT

I have a Dell 8200 with naturally a C drive, an A drive, an E drive, an F drive and a D Drive. The E drive is the CD-ROM drive, the F drive is the CD-RW drive, the A drive is 3/12 floppy drive, the D drive is a Zip drive.

NOW the question...If my D drive is a removable zip drive why does it show 'full'. As in the pie is all used up.

I was at my friends today and we went to 'my pc' and checked her D drive. Hers shows Used 2.046 GB and Free 1.67. She has no visible D drive.

Whew, I'm not even sure what I just asked. :o)

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