|09 Mar 2010||#1|
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System drive reading more full than it should be
I recently noticed that my 1TB system drive only had 331gb free space on it, but I can not locate what is using up so much space. If I check the properties of all the folders on the drive it only adds up to around 200gigs.
Any idea where the extra 400 gigs could be coming from?
I have tried disabling system restore, I have run disk cleanup. I'm stumped. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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