Haris, first of all, no need to say ''Sirs'', we are all equal here,
You talk about FIFA being downloaded onto your E drive, but you deleted it from your C drive. I think you have to understand the difference between downloading and installing.
I don't have C, D or E hard drives, but if I did.........
If I downloaded a freeware game called FIFA, (I say freeware because it would be illegal of me to download and install a pirated copy of any commercial game called FIFA), then I might save that downloaded file onto my E drive. But that is just an installation file. It is not the game itself. The game has ''not yet'' installed on my computer. When I downloaded the file, I would have been asked where to download it to, and I would have chosen a location on my E drive, perhaps creating a folder called ''Downloaded files''.
To install that game, I would then goto my E drive, (from the My Computer icon on the desktop), found the Downloaded files folder, opened it, and then double clicked the file I had downloaded.
That is when the FIFA game gets installed. The installation process will then ask me where I want to install the game to. It will always default to C/Program Files/''name of program or game''. But if I don't want to install the game on my C drive, I would change that to E, and perhaps create a folder called FIFA, and install the game to that folder on the E drive.
Is that what you did? If not, then the game would automatically have been loaded to your C drive, defaulting to the C/Program File folder.
So, it is up to you, whenever you install a program, or game, or whatever, to choose precisely where you want it to be installed to. If you do not, it will always default to C/Program Files.
However, many programs, whether games, or applications or otherwise, will also install files elsewhere on computer, very often in the C/Windows folder, or C/Windows/System32 folder, or even in the C/Documents & Settings/UserName folder, (where UserName is the name of the account on Windows XPcurrently being used). You can't stop that from happening. Although the bulk of the files are installed in the location you choose, some files will also be placed elsewhere on the C drive.
That being said, then perhaps 5 GB of hard disk as your C drive may not have been enough, and in future you will need to be very careful about what programs you install.
If you still have the original downloaded file on your E drive, why not run it again, and this time when it asks you where to install, make sure you specify a folder on your E drive.
I hope this helps.