I apologize if this has been answered. I did a search, and did not find the topic.
I was moving and burning photos from C: drive to D: drive. I had a folder that had subfolders inside it. It came to the end of moving the folder to the D: drive when I got the message to Retry, Skip, Cancel. I clicked Retry, but Retry kept popping up. I clicked Cancel. Now all the files are gone. I followed the path C:\Documents and Settings\My Name\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\CD Burning, and found an empty folder. The same with the D: drive obviously.
My question: Where did the folder go?
My computer is old, and I'm saving photos and documents.
Are these files still taking up approximately 700MB of space on my PC, wherever they are?
I have already moved sentimental photos to CDs, so I'm not concerned about recovering these, but if I can, that'd be great.
Will CCleaner free up space by cleaning and deleting these temp(?) files that have disappered? It's a utility I haven't used.
By the way, this is not a common problem on my PC, thankfully, so while this is not urgent, I am curious.