Deleting 'duplicate files on C + D on HD,but not dll's

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by fredcromer, Apr 12, 2004.

  1. fredcromer

    fredcromer Guest

    Is there any way,or any harm in deleting the copies of files that are
    duplicated from my HD C: drive.that are also on my HD D:drive....the HD is
    4 gig..i've got 1.3 left on my C: and 1.9 on the D:(but thts only about 2,9
    gig, so does that mean it's not real?), anyway i remember someone saying,
    "whatch out you don't also delete your system .dll's on D: when deleting
    duplicates......is there a way round this , so i can delete all unwanted
    duplicates ?? THANKS for Taking the time to read this, Hope u can HELP!! as
    my comp keeps shutting down on me. due to insufficient memory..( i think ),
    Cheers All, FRED C
     
    fredcromer, Apr 12, 2004
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  2. fredcromer

    HF Guest

    Yes delete duplicates but what about getting a bigger hard drive.You will
    get less headache
     
    HF, Apr 12, 2004
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    Plato Guest

    There is NO way to tell if a .dll is really an _un-needed_ dupe besides
    using common sense. ie you can NEVER trust ANY app to do this
    automatically for you.
     
    Plato, Apr 13, 2004
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