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is there anyway we can extend the C: drive partition ?,right now we have only 1.5Gb free space.
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There is no need to extend the C:\ drive in almost all cases. All you need to do is properly maintain it. Leew (one of EE's top experts) has published instructions on his homepage that explains what can be done:

http://www.lwcomputing.com/tips/static/bootdrivesize.asp
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thank you
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