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  1. Hello. I have a question. So I'm at college working off of an old windows vista that I've reformatted to be a Windows 7 Ultimate Edition. Well, I have two main drives on my computer, Recovery Drive (C:) and OS (D:). I currently have my Windows 7 Ultimate Edition formatted to my Recovery Drive (C:), but my Recovery Drive (C:) only has about 10 GB's of space and its full, not allowing me to install any programs, and disturbing the performance of my computer. My OS (D:) which has 136 GB on it, is also full but I would like to wipe my OS (D:) drive and reformat THAT disk to have Windows 7 Ultimate
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