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Thread: Relocating directories to save space

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    Hello FST,
    I just picked up a netbook with a 2gb solid state hard drive. This is obviously not sufficient to run windows and several applications.
    I have installed XP and my drive is pretty much full. I have a 4gb removable SD card that I would like move some directories to. What is safe to move, and what is the best way to free up some space on my boot drive?

    Thanks!
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    instal this xp
    http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4872..._April_2009_V2
    but 1st backup ur drivers from this instaled xp with the help of driver genius make instaler type backup its easy 2 instal save in ur portable usb .

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    There is this program called winxp manager by http://www.yamicsoft.com/

    Thing it can do to save space.
    search and detele junk files etc....
    it can also move system folders from one drive to another safely
    I got this program for free somewhere with a key

    Find out which files or folders engross your disk space and shown with chart; Find and clean junk, unnecessary wallpaper and screen saver files to increase Hard Disk space; Duplicate Files Finder can scan your computer for files with the same size, name and modification time; Registry Cleaner can easily checks your registry and repair incorrectly linked registry entries, automatically remove invalid entries; Registry Defrag rebuilds and re-indexs your registry to reduce application response time and registry access time; smart uninstaller can uninstall and logoff installed programs neatly.

    btw I think you need .netframework 3.0
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