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my shared folder Kazaa to Kazaa-lite

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by ernie2, Jan 26, 2003.

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  1. ernie2

    ernie2 Thread Starter

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    I have a couple of questions for all the Kazaa & Kazaa-lite experts out there.

    I recently uninstalled Kazaa from my computer by reinstalling it and then selecting the "remove" option. This removed Kazaa and all its components. Before doing this, I save "my shared folder" to my documents. I ran SpyBot on my system to get rid of any remaining spyware. I installed Kazaa-lite without any problems. When I double-clicked on K-lite, and clicked on My Kazaa-lite I noticed that the contents of My shared folder (saved in my documents) were being transferred to the K-lite My shared folder. I didn't ask it to do this. Is this standard? Where is K-lite getting these files from?
    And-I would like to delete the My shared folder (in my documents) to free up some disk space on my computer. The folder is too large to send to the recycle bin. I must delete it from my computer altogether. Is it safe to do this now without losing all my files?
     
  2. $teve

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    if all your files are in the new K/L shared folder,then its ok to delete.
    no idea as to why they should have moved all on their own.
    good luck;)
     
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