Backup Windows remove deleted files from the backup drive when updating?
I want to imitate a Raid operation for backup as closely as possible. I have 2 identical HDs, C: and D:, that I will configure for automatic backup once a week. I hope D develop beyond C, because I unload the external HDs files of C each week.
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I have a Sandisk Cruzer Edge 16 GB Flash Drive. I use it with two computers, an iMac and a Macbook Air, both using OS X 10.8.2. Recently, I loaded about 10 GB of files on it. I have now deleted these files. However, Finder always shows the Flash drive as carrying 10.8 GB of files and having only 5,2 GB of available. When I try to record a 10 GB file on the Flash drive, I get a message saying that there is not enough available space.
How can I delete uploaded files from the Flash drive so that I can reuse the whole 16 GB?
I don't use a Mac, so I'm going off the coast of the memory of what I read here before, but I think you need to empty your trash, while the disc is still connected to your Mac.
After you delete the files from the drive 'C', the fragmenteur of disc (under Tools) does not work. What should do?
In which window you find "Tools"? To run under Vista Disk Defragmenter, I would choose to start, all programs, accessories, System Tools, Disk Defragmenter.
What is the exact error message when you try to run Disk Defragmenter?
Is the hard drive, a conventional or solid state drive?
There are video files in my Windows Media Player library that I deleted, but items still appear in my video library. When I right click on the file and choose 'Remove', nothing happens. The video files were originally in the folder my music and I deleted them using the Explorer. However, they still appear in the Media Player library (even if they are not functional - because I have deleted!). I followed what Umesh suggested GregRN, but that doesn't seem to work for me. How can I get rid of deleted files appear in the Media Player library? I use a HP Pavilion dv4 using Windows 7 (64-bit).
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Original title: I need to empty my drive hard so that I can reinstall windows XP - I bought new computer and put my old one family member...
I don't want my personal info on my old computer. I was told to empty / delete (?) my hard drive, then reinstall
Windows xp from the operating system CD. Even if I throw the old computer, I want all the info removed for security all
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I use Lr 5.7 on Win7 64-bit. I would remove completely some old files and their contents that were part of my previous, very messy organization. I still have parents and masters images files, so I have no need extra junk on my hard drive.
I tried to do a right click on the file, but the only option is to delete the catalog. I saw posted solutions that say click on icon less. I don't see an icon less anywhere. As far as I know, Lightroom really doesn't want "delete me" anything.
have you tried to delete images? You can't delete the folders...
Long very old files deleted, appear in My Document (files not necessarily the original). Repeatedly remove them, using a shredder program, they always appear. I wonder if the problem will be resolved to a clean install.
Programs may not be transferred. They must be installed again from your record source or internet downloads.
Data can be transferred to a new system. The best way to do this is to copy the data from your drive to be replaced (assuming that he still works) on a disk hard external - that's what you should be backup anyway - then, after your system is rebuilt, you can transfer data from this external storage on the disk.
How can I clean the ' other folders than ae picking up 82 Gig of storage HD drive?
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HOW TO DELETE FILES ON A FLASH DRIVE IN WINDOWS8?
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I would like to know what is the brand and model of the Flash Player?
Follow the steps below to remove the files from the flash drive:
1. Insert the USB stick to the USB port of the PC. For memory cards, insert it in a card reader taken in charge connected to the PC.
2. open Windows Explorer
a. in the splash screen, type computer
b. by clicking computer will lead you to your desktop and open Windows Explorer
3. double-click on the removable media drive letter associated with your memory card or flash drive.
(the image of the example below we double-clicked on F :))
4. click right on the file that you want to remove and select Remove
NOTE: To select several files to remove, press and hold down the CTRL on the keyboard and click to select multiple files.
5. click on Yes to confirm the deletion.Hope this information helps, please answer with the State of the question for any further assistance.
Remove temporary files from the local disk c/documents and settings/user/localsettings/temp name
By definition, this folder should contain only the elements you don't need. If I understand correctly, this temporary folder is a place where temporary files are stored during program facilities and the facilities. However, I have seen references other sites to help saying some programs can store folders and files.
I do my own temporary file elsewhere, name it accordingly and move all the files in the temp folder to the new folder. Use your computer normally for a while, and if nothing complains about missing files, you have a good indication that none of the moved files are important and should be safe to delete.
After a complete restoration, I opted to back up files on the collection had ' disk (Dell computer Vista Home). I know now it is the place of wriong. I tried it but not able to delete individual files from the D drive. Why wouldn't they? Finally, I erased the problem by following the advice of Rummy on February 20, 2009.
Sorry to be naïve; never my first post. In a previous post said Rami delete the 2 files: Medial.bin and the file with the same name as my computer. It worked. I had beed trying to delete each individual subfolder and even the .jpeg in each folder, but could not delete individual items.
I accidentally deleted files from a flash drive without looking at what they were; is there a way to view a history of the measures taken with regard to the changes to the file? Already I have saved new files on my flash drive so I do not expect to recover the lost files, I just want to know which have been deleted.
You can use File Undelete tools to see which files are recoverable without actually restoring courses.
Recuva - free
Recuva Forums - excellent help here
Check the trash.
I hope this helps. Rob - bicycle - Mark Twain said it is good.
I have a HDD1805 from a broken iPod 80 GB. I was wondering if there was another method I could use to extract the files from the hard drive.
Sorry, but I don t know what you mean exactly.
Can you please explain exactly what you mean?
What files you want to extract?
I have a virtual merger machine that is now 96 GB in size (database development) and it contains several virtual hard drives. Now, I have cleared one of the drives on and outsourced (he placed on an external Firewire based drive). Removing the abandoned drive does not reduce the size of the virtual machine. Research in the VM package, I see that the hard disk file (vmdk) is always inside the package and using 54 GB.
The question is so I can delete these files from the VM package or it will damage the VM? I tried to make a backup of the VM, but right at the end that it maintains the production of an error so I would like to know if anyone has experience with this before making the jump.
Removing a virtual drive simply deletes the references, it does not delete the virtual disk. If you do not have a snapshot (for example), it is safe to delete. Make sure get you the right one, well - I recommend you all first move somewhere else and then try to start the virtual machine. If it is used at the moment (but maybe not if it is only used by a snapshot), merge will complain.
I'm unable to access my trash, everythime I click on the folder, it says windows Explorer has a problem, then said restarting windows.
And the window just closes, it is there anyway to delete the files from the trash bin other than to go to the folder it self.
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Here is an article on how to repair a trash corrupted in Vista: http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/131294-recycle-bin-corrupted-cannot-delete-file-folder.html.
It restarts if you left or do a right-click on the icon or both? Here are a few ways to empty it by using two methods:
- On the desktop, right-click on the Recycle Bin.
- Then click the Empty trash to empty its contents.
- You will be asked if you are sure that before it permanently deletes the files.
- If you're absolutely sure, then click Yes to clear the contents of the Recycle Bin.
- Alternatively, you can double-click the Recycle Bin to open and examine its contents.
- And then on the file menu, click empty the Recycle Bin.
- After confirmation, Windows Vista will be empty all files from the Recycle Bin.
Go to control panel / customization / Desktop Icons and remove the trash, click OK and close. Then go back and add the trash. See if the new basket has the same problem.
Here is a program that you download that adds a command to empty the trash to the command line if all that you need to do is type of the command in the box search now and it will happen. http://itsvista.com/2007/01/itsvista-tip-23-empty-vistas-recycle-bin-from-the-command-line/.
I hope this helps.
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