I have read through a few of the other posts and I have also looked around on the internet and cant seem to fix this problem. I just recently reformatted, am copying over my files, and the hard drive is saying I have no space left...when it used to have plenty to hold all of these files. The discrepancy is about 200GB worth out on a 700GB partition. I have defragmented the hard drives (RAID array) very well. But there still seems to be no space for these files that used to fit perfectly fine with about 100GB left over. I have read on one of the posts that the root directory may not accept so many files...but that wasnt the case before. They all used to fit fine. Any ideas?
Thanks a million.
Ok, I found one of the problems (it must be more than one). I shut down Spybot S&D resident (checks the registry changes) and I got back 60GB worth. Is there a reason a program such as this would eat up so much space? But still missing quite a bit...any other ideas? Another quick note
...I know where this error is occurring. When I hit properties of my "Admin" account under Users, it says that there are 5600 files at 660GB...but when I open the folder and highlight everything, it says that it is 4200 files at 450GB. Why would it do this? What are those other files?
Edited by d3k0y, 06 January 2008 - 07:43 PM.
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