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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by jeterjim, Feb 18, 2005.

  1. jeterjim

    jeterjim Member

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    I'm new to both dvd copying and forums. I have been using dvd shrink and dvd decrypter for the last couple of days. I've have done a lot of playing with the programs and I'm sure I have done some things wrong. I have lost about 10GB of memory and don't know were to look to delete the things shrink and decrypter have stored on my hard drive from dvd's or parts of dvd's. Any ideas?
     
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    Use Windows Explorer and look in your hard drive. Delete them when your done.
     
  3. ScubaBud

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    To help with that search, try using a file search of something like *.vob

    When you find that file, you will also find the folder that it is in, and then you can delete it. Also you can start up Shrink and Decrypter and see where they put the files on their last default setting.
     
  4. ODMENT

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    Go to recycle bin hit unerase wizzard and see the files of movies you sent to the bin and delete them you space will come back..
     
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    hi

    as ODMENT says! its norton antivirus holding it for safety so need to delete there aswell!

     
  6. ScubaBud

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    Good points ODMENT & Rotary. I have mine turned off for that exact reason. Good thought!!!
     

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