click your Start orb, then "Computer" how big is drive E: ? if it's
anywhere form 4-10 Gig then its probably a recovery disk. If its larger
then it probably is another hard drive or partition that can be used. Yes
you can cut, paste, copy, even install programs to it.
"Paul" <Paul@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Thanks for your reply Rick. However, without wishing to sound dumb, how do
> find out if the E: Drive (which is headed DATA) is my system
> recovery volume?
> "Rick Rogers" wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> Provided it is not your system manufacturer's recovery volume, then yes.
>> Best of Luck,
>> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
>> Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
>> My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com
>> "Paul" <Paul@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> >I find that I am frequently running low on space on my VISTA C: drive.
>> > have used the disk clean up and still could do with more space.
>> > However, my E: drive is virtually empty. Can I start saving files to
>> > this
>> > even though it is marked as DATE E: drive.
>> > If I can, is it possible to transfer / cut & paste / copy & delete
>> > files
>> > from my Vista C: drive to the DATA E: drive?
>> > Many thanks for any advice you can give me.
>> > --
>> > Paul