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My recovery disk on vista is almost full. I have performed a back up, deleted
all but the most recent recovery point, done a disk clean up and also
compressed the recovery disk. It is STILL almost full. What do I do? Can I
(and how do I) delete the recovery disk? HELP!
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sparkleban
Aug 4 '08 #1
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sparkleban wrote:
My recovery disk on vista is almost full. I have performed a back up, deleted
all but the most recent recovery point, done a disk clean up and also
compressed the recovery disk. It is STILL almost full. What do I do? Can I
(and how do I) delete the recovery disk? HELP!
MS.Public.Windows.Vista.General or Install_setup is where you need to
post to, to get help.

I'll say this. The only way the Recovery drive is almost full is because
you started saving data to the Recovery drive you had no business saving
there. You un-compress that Recovery drive, get the junk off of the
reserved Recovery drive that you put there, and you leave it alone.
Aug 4 '08 #2


"sparkleban" wrote:
My recovery disk on vista is almost full. I have performed a back up, deleted
all but the most recent recovery point, done a disk clean up and also
compressed the recovery disk. It is STILL almost full. What do I do? Can I
(and how do I) delete the recovery disk? HELP!
--
sparkleban
Sep 22 '08 #3

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