Find the maker of D HD. Go to maker's website and download the utility to copy the image of the old HD (C) onto the new HD (D).
When finished reboot and go into system BIOS to change the primary boot drive to the 110GB drive.
Optional: open the case and move the primary boot drive to the master position on the cable. If you do this, make sure it is still set as primary boot drive in BIOS.
That's how I'd move EVERYTHING to D without having to reinstall anything.
I dont have all tech. info as this is not my system. My friend has a system with a c: drive (18g) free space of 1.4g. His d: drive (110g) is almost emty. Because of this bootup is very slow. We are going to upgrade mem. from 128 to 512. He is using Windows XP. What we would like to know is how we can move most of his files from c: to d: and still get XP to know where they are. Can this be done.?
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