Fellow Sony Users,
I have a Sony VAIO VGN-AW laptop.
According to the Computer Management Utility, the laptop has:
This is comprised of:
13.41 GB Healthy (EISA Configuration)
(C:) 46.22 GB NTFS Healthy (System, Boot, Page File, Active, Crash Dump, Primary Partition)
Disk1 465.75 GB
(D:) 465.75 GB NTFS
Healthy (Logical Drive)
(Please see the attached JPG)
All non-program material has been removed from the C drive to the D drive.
This means that there are no documents, music or photographs on the C drive.
However, there is only 1.80GB of space free on the C drive. I have 418GB
free on the D drive. Is there anyway that I can re-allocate space from the D drive
for use on the C drive?
The EISA appears to be a new addition to Disk0.
I do not recall it being ther ethe last time I checked.
What could have caused this to appear?