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Can u help me, I can't figure how i m losin space on my C: Drive?


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Hi, can u guys help me tell what is taking so much space in my C: drive, i deleted everything that I don't use, cleaned up my temp folder and still havin problems. Should i send u guys a hijack file or what? Plz reply
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You might try downloading Spacemonger and use it to tell you what is taking up the space on your hard drive.

You will have to use the 1.4 version if you do not want to buy it. The 1.4 version is in the free software tab under downloads.

http://www.sixty-five.cc/index.php

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Actually my problem is that when i leave my computer on for a day or two after restarting it, the computer starts taking up alot of memory and space on the C: drive and i just want to know what is taking so much space and memory.
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Physical memory [RAM] or cache memory [pagefile.sys] ?
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physical memory
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Been to the malware forum?
Checked for malware?
Done a complete maintenance check and repair?
Defraged and chkdsk'd?

Do those and then come back to "us." :whistling:
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