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Old 3rd January 2008, 18:28   #1 (permalink)
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getting disc space

i think there is a way to free up some space..something about cookies..or other bakery products??
help..im getting messages that my disc is full up
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Old 3rd January 2008, 18:37   #2 (permalink)
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Re: getting disc space

The easiset way would be to go:

1) My Computer>
2) (Right click) Local Disk (C)>
3) (click) Properties
4) (click) Disk Cleanup
5) Tick the compress drive box
6) Tools Tab
7) Defragment

Hope this helps!!
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Old 3rd January 2008, 20:20   #3 (permalink)
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Re: getting disc space

Agree with Smiler will help a lot if you do a disk cleanup. Maybe you should invest in an external storage box. Hook it to your machine and transfer all important things but which are not needed on an everyday basis.

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Re: getting disc space

Free download `Ccleaner`, will do most of that for you. Then switch off system restore/ reboot then put system restore back on. Then defragment.
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Re: getting disc space

Alternative to external storage is an extra drive within the computer - not expensive and easy to fit.

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Re: getting disc space

How many pictures can you store on one of those Memory Stick things ? And, are they better to use than a disk?
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kkob it depends on the size of the stick and the file size of the pictures.

A 2gb stick has 2,048 mb available, an average photo taken on a 5mp dgital camera is roughly 2.8mb in jpeg format so it would hold around 730 photos in that scenario.
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Re: getting disc space

Sounds good enough for me. Thanks for the info.
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Re: getting disc space

thanks for all that info..im going to have a go with Juco's suggestion too..as well as smilers
what i cant understand is that the other disc..D has loads of space..so why is it there if i cant use it.
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Re: getting disc space

Go to download. com and get tune up utilities 2007. You get 30days free trial and that will help you get rid of cookies and unwanted software. The software will also clean your registry and speed-up your pc. Very easy to use so is suitable for every user!
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