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Video thumbnails no longer showing up in D drive anymore

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by WhoseLineFan, Apr 16, 2018.

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  1. WhoseLineFan

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    Either yesterday or the day before, the video thumbnails for all of my videos stopped showing up in the D drive and do not know why that is. Instead, it’s the default movie clapboard thumbnail for Movies & TV and I've tried everything and still nothing worked.

    Does anyone know why this is happening to me?

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    Hard Drives: C: 99 GB (25 GB Free); D: 831 GB (33 GB Free);
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    Before I make suggestions my initial reply is the same as you have received on the other site you have posted the problem on
    until I know what you have tried my suggestions may well be a waste of my time and yours - if they were to be amongst the
    and I've tried everything
    everything you have tried.

    It is a common problem on 10 and when you reply answering the above I will offer suggestions

    As an aside issue the partition lettered D 831GB is below its free capacity acceptable limit with only 33GB, if this partition has data that is accessed when running the system. eg your video files.
    Presuming it is not merely a backup drive partition
     
  3. WhoseLineFan

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    So that's why it's not showing up then. Because the D drive is full.
     
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    1. There is no advantage in quoting back to me what I have posted
    Please simply type in the box that appears when you open the topic
    Not by clicking reply on my post, otherwise each of your replies will quote back all I have said.

    2.
    You ask
    With respect I said - as an aside issue in relation to the space on D drive

    3. Please answer the question asked
     
  5. WhoseLineFan

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    Here's what I tried:

    Rebooting

    Shutting down

    Deleting things from the D drive

    Disk Cleanup

    Uninstalling programs that belonged in the D drive
     
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    Thank you.
     
  8. Macboatmaster

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    You are welcome but the 1000$ question is - has it worked
     
  9. WhoseLineFan

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    I'm going to see if it works.
     
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    thanks
    Please let me know if not there are other possible solutions
     
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