You can transfer data easily enough to gain space but I am wondering if there is anything on your other drives that would benefit from the system restore feature. If it's just saved user data, system restore is of no value. What I would do is turn it off for such drives altogether. Leave it on for your system drives or ones you have registered programs on only.
Hello all and thanks for looking,
I believe that I have figured out why my system restore was not creating restore points. Appartently you need to have at least 200MB of free space on your hard drive(s)/(Please correct me if I am wrong).My three hard drives have the following.
Hard Disk Drive
(C)I am using 10 out of 18GB
(D)I am using 1 out of 9.75GB ACER DATA
(E)I am using 5 out of 7.99MB ACER_SERVICE
Total of 30GB
Since drive (E) doesnt even hold 200MB I am not sure why this would affect operations
I dont know why this would effect system restore but I shut down/turned off systen restore for (E) and now it is creating restore points for (C) AND (D)?
I do not know where the data I have on drive (E) came from? When I bought the computer new there was nothing on it?
My question is this, Can I transfer what I have on drive (E) to drive (D) or even delete what is there so I can free up space on (E)? If I can transfer it how do I do it?
In conclussion I tried everything to have restore points and nothing worked until I turned off SR on drive (E)?
Any comments would be appreciated,