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[SOLVED] HELP!!!!!!!! hard drive keeps giving full message

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by spazzing, Aug 8, 2003.

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  1. spazzing

    spazzing Thread Starter

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    on a pc with xp, i got the full message....i just burned and or deleted 27 full albums (all at 192 bit rate or above--most at 320)and have less hard drive space from when i started.....i'm like what is going on......you can see in the properties of the folder that i have deleted 3 gigs at least.....funny thing is also....there were over 10 gigs free 2 days ago and not much downloading going on......nortons did not find a virus......HELP!!!!!!!!
     
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    Hi and welcome. Is Norton up to date?
     
  3. GyBear

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    Did you empty the Recycle Bin?
     
  4. spazzing

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    yes to both...it suddenly cleared up a few hours later...i still have no clue as to why it happened...
     
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