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Posted 28 August 2007 - 04:12 PM
thanks. how would i get to "c:/recycler.. which is hidden"
i think when u press the delete button, u actually send the files to c:/recycler.. which is hidden.. normally when i wanna delete stuff, i'll sherd them with "AxCrypt"... (freeware..) never gave me any problems.. you should also make it a habit to make data backups of your stuff to prevent things like this from happening.. l burn off gigs of data every month from my HD and shred the data off my HD after burning them..
i used to have problems like that when i do lots of DVD back-ups.. when i copy 9.6GB of data to my HD, and delelete them, i check my HD space and it indicated that i only deleted like around 8.9GB .. what happened to the rest??? and over time.. i had to reformat my PC..
thanks, i already did that.
Some of the space is being taken by other applications. Add/Remove programs in the Control Panel will show you what additional apps you have on your hard drive: CD burners, Java, IMs, games, etc., all can take up a surprising amount of space. You can remove from there anything you really don't use or need.
Posted 28 August 2007 - 04:19 PM
SequoiaView will give you a visual representation of what files are taking up space, on your drive.
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