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and Microsoft is not even going to do any
to make sure it won't happen with their next upcoming update.
https://www.howtogeek.com/fyi/microsoft ... -too-full/
Full hard drives could cause an upcoming Windows update to fail, according to Microsoft, and the system will not check for adequate storage space before installing.
On Microsoft Windows 10 systems that have limited storage space (such as thin clients or embedded systems), when you run Windows Update, the update initialization may fail.
the Blue Screen of Death is coming to Win10 in full force
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what actually could get very interesting,
- is those folks who have an machine with an smaller eMMC storage memory drive.
these are getting filled up., by that Bloat-ware that is called Windows -10
this could be a potential income earner, for those 'in-the-know'.
Please edit your original post title
to include [SOLVED] - when your problem is solved!
and DO LOOK at those Unanswered Topics - - you
may be able to answer some!.
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- Location: Florida
What does this have to do with a hard drive crash?
Peoples of the universe, please attend carefully: the message which follows is vital to the future of you all.
Presently rocking Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon.
Remember to mark your fixed problem [SOLVED].