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My shared folder Kazaa to Kazaa-lite

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by ernie2, Jan 26, 2003.

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  1. ernie2

    ernie2 Thread Starter

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    Does anyone know why Kazaa-lite would download my files from the My Shared Folder (which I sent to My Documents) without me prompting it to do so? I'm happy they are in the Kazaa-lite My Shared Folder, but I'm just curious as to why it did this on its own. All I did was click on My Kazaa-lite when I first entered Kazaa-lite and the files began to appear. Now that they are there, for whatever reason, is it safe to delete the My shared Folder from My Documents? Please note that this folder is too large to send to the recycle bin. I must delete it completely from my system.

    Hope you can help.

    Thanks.
     
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    ernie2 Thread Starter

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    I forgot to mention that the My Shared Folder in My Documents was from Kazaa. I sent it there before I uninstalled Kazaa to preserve my Kazaa downloads.

    Thanks.
     
  3. itsmeitsmeitsme

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    the default for your songs is to go to the my shared folder in kazaalite...if you want to change it to something else then you need to go to the options and change it to whatever folder you want the songs to go to
     
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