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How is my HD full?!?!


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The Colonel

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Well I go into add or remove programs, and i log less than 20 GB of HD being used.
But it says I only have MBs of room left?

Any1 know a program to see what is truly installed, and how much disk space it takes?

Any1 also know a program to delete these files not found in 'Add or Remove Programs'

Edit: I have a 160GB Hard drive, if you need to know.



ALL HELP APPRECIATED!

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~The Colonel~

Edited by The Colonel, 24 August 2005 - 03:07 PM.

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Any1 also know a program to delete these files not found in  'Add or Remove Programs'

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Which files would those be?
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Thats the problem. I don't know.

I need to know a problem that can show me what programs they are.
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Go to the link below & download a freeware drive cleanup utility. This should do the trick hopefully. I recommend you backup your system first though just in case!

http://majorgeeks.co...hp?id=12&sort=7
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