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which ones look like backups please specify can i delete them and how much mb would they be
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Top left folder
Bottom left folder
Bottom right folder

Check those and see what is in each of them.
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i went to search and typed in backup then deleted all of them the next step is to re-install win xp but i am trying to avoid that, was this a smart move but is only at 56% free space
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Did it get rid of the 3 folders I posted in my previous reply?
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here is all that is left

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can i get rid of srt items

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i deleted everything that came up in search that was listed as backup. i just typed in backup then got rid of all then i deleted the numbered ones in pavilion c i got rid of everything i did not know and now i have 63% free space was this a good idea or not is there a program that will remove any files i don't need


The SRT file type is primarily associated with 'DVD'. A number of different DVD programs use this extension for subtitles.


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