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I'm running Windows 7 with 2 x 1.5 TBYTE Drives. The second internal drive is setup as a mounted volume as C:\Archives

Clicking computer icon in Windows Explorer, it only shows capacity stats for C: and Not C:\Archives

Also, the usage stats that do show for C: show to be 100% capacity red - yet the system runs fine. No warnings.

Can someone explain this? I do have a lot of stuff on the c: drive, but I'm sure its not 1.5 TB worth and C:\Archives hardly has anything it.

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How can you have 2 C: drives? – Moab Feb 20 '11 at 12:50

Try using this free graphical tool to see your disk usage: WinDirStat

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Have you tried to verify the permissions of folder C:\Archives? Try to reapply the Admin permissions to this folder.

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