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« on: January 19, 2009, 10:45:18 PM »

Hopefully i've put this in the right place. I guess a hardware problem.

I have a new laptop with 120 GB that dropped to 80 after setting it up and installing required software ect,this i expected but now six months later i noticed (after doing a system restore) that my Local Disc C is losing space at an alarming rate. It went from 80GB to 70,then 60,then 55 and now after a few more days it is at 45 GB and i have no clue why. I have virtually nothing stored except for a few pictures in a couple of folders but nothing that could explain this sudden drop.

Can anyone help me out before i have nothing left. I don't know too much about computers but even i know that something is not right here.

Thanks Guys.

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