• Perhaps because it has no files on it. Your C: drive is where everything gets stored unless you deliberately put them elsewhere, so there probably isn't a problem and there's no need to fix anything.
  • I had windows xp but that computer is no longer and xp since I installed windows 2000 in it. But it showed had a C disk and a D disk but I changed that to c disk only since it never helped anyway besides that. A C and D disk that way works similar to folders. Because by default everything goes to C disk unless you choose D. Other words you have no more space capacity anyway than just having C. If you want the D to show you need to choose to put installations to it. So I am in agreement with Brian on this.

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