#1
Alright so for the past few hours my memory (as in harddisk space) keeps jumping around. Like one minute I look at it and 5 gigs are free, the next there's like ****ing 500 megs free. What could be going on here? I'm not deleting anything. I'm torrenting a game I lost the disc for a couple years ago (call me a pirate I don't give a shit I paid for it ), but it's only going like 15kb/sec not some huge leap.
#2
Bitches don't know about the new virus going round.

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#3
if youve got windows try doing a data recovery for the most recent time that it was working right.
#4
I would recommend you delete system32, 9 out of 10 times that's what's wrong in this sort of situation.

EDIT!! Seriously don't! I figured most of you guys know not to mess with that, it was more of a joke. But don't do that!!
Last edited by Epicbizzjizz at May 29, 2010,
#5
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I would recommend you delete system32, 9 out of 10 times that's what's wrong in this sort of situation.


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#6
Quote by Epicbizzjizz
I would recommend you delete system32, 9 out of 10 times that's what's wrong in this sort of situation.


i second that.

EDIT: but seriously, run a virus scan and tell us what happens.
Last edited by bbetances at May 29, 2010,
#7
And another...
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#9
No you stop doing that.

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#10
Had the same problem.

Don't know how I fixed it. Windows was just creating temp files for no reason...So I deleted them.
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#12
Haha, it's probably the virus my friend created... it runs a bunch of idle tasks over and over, and ends up taking up multiple gigabites of RAM, and if you leave your computer on long enough, crashes.

Oh, wait, you said on your harddrive...

Still probably a virus.

Open up task manager, and see if there's any rather suspicious processes going on.