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I NEED SERIOUS HELP

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Posted · Original PosterOP

WTF IS THIS?! I CANT OPEN ANY PROGRAMS! PLEASE SEND HELP!!Capture.PNG


CASE: deepcool dukase v2 MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte gaming 3 CPU: intel core i5 6500 GPU: Gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming CPU COOLER: enermax liqmax II 120s SSD: Kingston ssdnow uv400 240gb RAM: crucial ballistic sport (1 x 8) PSU: Cooler Master GX 650W

 

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Get rid of some of your porn?


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Case- Thermaltake Core V21 / CPU - i7 4790 / GPU - Asus Strix GTX 1070 / Mobo - Gigabyte Z97 mx / Ram - 4x4 gb GSkill Sniper DDR3 1866 / Storage - 2x WD Black 1tb drives, 1x 120gb OCZ SSD / Cooler - Cooler Master TX3 / PSU - EVGA G2 650w / Audio - Sennheiser PC 350 SE / Monitor - Asus 1920X1080 @60hz / Keyboard & Mouse - Cooler Master Devastator II / OS - Windows 10 Enterprise

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You have attached a screenshot of your Hard drives? The HP Recovery is the recovery partition to restore the system to fac. settings. The SYSTEM is a system partition, and your C: Drive and F: Drives are (should be) data partitions. What happens when you try and open a program?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, ImperialSteele said:

You have attached a screenshot of your Hard drives? The HP Recovery is the recovery partition to restore the system to fac. settings. The SYSTEM is a system partition, and your C: Drive and F: Drives are (should be) data partitions. What happens when you try and open a program?

 

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CASE: deepcool dukase v2 MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte gaming 3 CPU: intel core i5 6500 GPU: Gigabyte gtx 1070 g1 gaming CPU COOLER: enermax liqmax II 120s SSD: Kingston ssdnow uv400 240gb RAM: crucial ballistic sport (1 x 8) PSU: Cooler Master GX 650W

 

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Alright, here's what I would do: Move as much "data files" like pictures, videos, and such from C: to F:. Steam is currently on C: which is full and can't update. If you uninstall Steam and reinstall to F: you can update it, then move the game files from C: to F: to free more space on C:.

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