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Windows 7: 1st low disk space rmvd files then error remote procedure call failed

16 Feb 2014   #1
almpvnj

windows 7 home premium 64-bit
 
 
1st low disk space rmvd files then error remote procedure call failed

I started getting messages that disk space was low and so i went through with revo uninstaller and rmvd a bunch of programs and apps i really was not using but all the while my disk space was not really improving still kept getting the pop up messages that it was low. I did the disk cleanup several times, but still my disk space didnt seem to be getting better. I had downloaded some movies a while before and i already watched them so i deleted them. Then i tried to go onto computer, or documents or control panel and it says "the remote procedure call failed and didnt execute, so i figured i removed something i shouldnt have and i tried to do a restore to previous point in my computer history, but it says i have no restore points!! so now what do i do??????????I still am getting low disk space notices and i get the error messages if if try to click on computer, documents, control panel, pictures,music, devices&printers or help and support-keeps saying remote procedure call failed and did not execute.


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16 Feb 2014   #2
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 10, Home Clean Install
 
 

Run a full antivirus scan
Download (if you can) Malwarebytes and make a full scan.
If you still have problems, I would suggest installing WinDirStat. It shows just what and how much is on your hard drive.
Its my guess that your drive may be failing. Back up your stuff, now.
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