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1TB external drive nearly full, don't know whey?

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need help with the issue please.

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Hi lostone,


How often to you use disk cleanup ?


Try this free program can tell you were your most recent disk space is going if you can't find out  http://www.jam-softw.../treesize_free/


Any new programs you installed recently ?

Edited by jds63, 04 September 2014 - 05:39 PM.

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What OS are you running?


With the external drive plugged in.   Please go, > Start > click Run and copy and paste  diskmgmt.msc in the Box, > click OK.  The Disk Management snap-in will open.   Take a screenshot.


To capture and post a screenshot; FIRST, duplicate this tab in your browser so you can easily read instructions.      


With the image you want displayed on the screen.
> Hold down the ALT key and Press the PRT SCR key..its on the top row..right hand side of the keyboard.   (nothing appears to happen, but the image is copied to the Clipboard.)

> Click on start, > all programs...accessories, > click paint.

In the window that opens, >  left click in the white area  > Hold down CTRL and press V. 

On the top menu, > click File > click Save as, Be sure to save as jpeg,...otherwise it may be to big to upload

save it to your desktop...name it something related to the screen your capturing.


How to upload a file or image to G2G. 


Click the More Reply Options, (bottom right next to the blue reply button.) > Type in your text.

If the file or image already exists, > Click Choose file... (bottom left)

In the window that opens, > Browse to the file or image you want to upload, > Click the file/image you want, wait for confirmation at bottom left, 

(Repeat if you have more files/images to upload,) > click Reply.

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