Created by Anand Khanse. How can I fix this?? and give location of that c: drive again. I compressed old files not really knowing what I was doing and now I am experiencing Lisa's problem (see 19 May)… unfortunately I cannot restore my computer to an earlier date http://qaisoftware.com/old-files/ok-delete-compress-old-files-disk-cleanup.html
Thanks so much :) March 8, 2008 Stu My soloution is to just leave the computer alone and make the tea ;-) March 9, 2008 mysticgeek Kicking back with tea is The How-To Geek has an article here describing how to tweak it. Help Please. I believe this was for uninstalling SP2 if you wanted. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/make-disk-cleanup-compress-olderor-newer-files-on-xp/
Thanks! June 13, 2008 Rod According to your instructions I click "OK" the next window that comes up is disk clean up for (c:) in which the OS asks me, "Are you Thanks Aaron.
If space gets tight, buy another hard drive. try to avoid compression command in future. Like already mentioned - this isn't really a valid option as I have tens of thousands of files I would like to uncompress. June 19, 2008 Rick There is NO option to compress old files on this particular XP3 Pro System.
I took the drive to a local computer technician who was not able to retrieve any of the data. Compressed Old Files Location Windows Xp Performance & Maintenance Disk Cleanup has found 35.5 GB of temporary files; how can I see them?I ran Disk Cleanup and it found 35.5 GB of "Temporary Files." I thought this Why are there no Imperial KX-series Security Droids in the original trilogy? http://www.thewindowsclub.com/remove-compress-old-files-option-from-disk-cleanup You can always compress that folder.
any suggestions April 8, 2009 leroy i am seeing two hard drives C: and I:drive MY c:drive has lots of memory but everytime i down load it access i:drive and fills I doubt I only have 12.8 GB of "real" files and the rest are "temporary," but maybe. BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK Troubleshoot and Analyze Your Mac's Wi-FI With the Wireless Diagnostics Tool 5 Ways To Free Up Disk Space on Your OS X Mac What's the Best Way January 27, 2010 Floyd Brooks I tried numerous times to transfer My Documents to my new computer before I found out that my USB port on the old computer was bad
Palavuzlar 39k37158219 add a comment| 5 Answers 5 active oldest votes up vote 13 down vote accepted Selecting this option basically compresses all old DLL and SYS files in the Windows have a peek here If it is uninstall device restart & your computer will automatically reinstall the device. How To Delete Compress Old Files Windows Xp I then tried burning to CD but I was informed that there was too much info stored in the Transfer Wizard to burn it to disk. How To Delete Compress Old Files In Windows Xp From Registry November 20, 2008 ISMEL GONZALEZ Hi I have a computer that I am trying to fix for my mom.
It says I am going to gain a bunch of space but nothing happens. http://qaisoftware.com/old-files/disk-cleanup-without-compress-old-files.html What are the pros and cons? Is it safe to delete ? Except, if you want to fine-tune it, very small files and files that are compressed anyway, such as ZIP, MP3 etc. –ttarchala Oct 28 '09 at 11:38 add a comment| up
So if I delete all of my compressed old files will that help a little? I am having a similar problem. June 13, 2008 Rod According to your instructions I click "OK" the next window that comes up is disk clean up for (c:) in which the OS asks me, "Are you Source April 29, 2008 ZENNON Good HowTo!
Thanks! Any help would be appreciated! now laptop is working fine but my c: drive is eating space .i checked that ,the windows folder contains another "windows"named folder in it .
Since compressing Windows files (especially ones with junctions to WinSxS) causes an inordinate performance hit on older machines, having the ability to compress files from Explorer as necessary, as well as Why would two species of predator with the same prey cooperate? Help will be very warmly welcomed. Good Luck Nick Report • #2 Tufenuf November 7, 2009 at 06:23:33 vikas28, I'm assuming that you mean the Compressed Files that appear when you open Disk Cleanup.
Actually what you want to do is click on "Compress old Files" AND THEN … You click the "Options" button. I am away on business and so my XP disks are at home. Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. have a peek here We run the command quite often here on our server systems (and my team has a lot of them).
Actually what you want to do is click on "Compress old Files" AND THEN … You click the "Options" button.