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HD space unchange when del large files

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i came accross this problems 3 times now. when i make a large image file[4 gigs or more], and i try to delete it, windows tells me that it's too large to delete and recommends that i delete it completely. but when i click yes, and check my HD space, it remains unchanged; as if the file is still there. any way that i can remedy this?
i should note that my recycle bin is proctected by norton and i use the NTFS format.
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is the file in the norton protected thing? I know delt with a issue like this. try turning norton delete protect off and then try it.
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