First run a checkdisk, to see if there are any errors in the filesystem. if not, there MUST be some files and I find clduw a useful tool to research those.
Hope this helps.
I recently noticed that my hard drive went from being 10 or 15 GB free to only having 15MB left! I was checking, what it could be. I right clicked Properties on the C:Windows folder. It showed that it was 16 GB! I opened the file, to see the details, even the unhidden files. The most I found it to be was 2GB. Can someone tell me why that folder seems to be taking up so much space??
I am running on WinXP, updated service packs, etc.
Can someone help? Thanks!