Originally Posted by manofthem
My questions about shrinking pf and turning off hibernate applies to your current hdd. If those haven't been done, do them on your hdd, and it may put you under the space you need. You'll need to reboot after doing those.
Or is your hdd now in your desktop?
It was in my desktop however I have it back in my laptop and am attempting to burn a recovery disk to a single CD rather than the 6 it is mistakenly telling me are required
Cloning is not a viable option as I need a sub 60 gb install of windows on my SSD and cutting another roughly 70gb even if I reduced my page file by 7 gigs does not seem likely unless hibernate uses a ridiculous amount of space.
Also as a side note Asus is the single worst company I have ever done business with and if I can help it I will never deal with them again after seeking Arrakis and his nightmare of an RMA and my experience with an Asus representative hanging up on me after feeding me some bullshit about policy not allowing them to help me. I pay $1400 for a laptop policy be damned!