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  1. double-u q

    Backontrack Eats Up Gigs

    I was just donated an HP 110 notepad with Roxio Back on Track backup and restore software on it, it's only about a few years old. Everything runs perfectly on it except that I noticed that out of a 160 GB hard drive, I've only got 16 GB of free space, which is odd since the notepad has nothing on it by the XP system and some software that mostly appear to be related to the HP bundle. The previous owner was completely unaware of this, but to be expected as she isn't exactly tech-literate. A Google search turned up the problem of Roxio automatically storing backups, explaining why so much space has been used up on other users' drives. Not seeing anything else on the computer as to what could be hogging up all that space, I can only assume Roxio as being the culprit. Using the program yields nothing by way of where I can find these backups to delete them, nor has the help manual I came across been any help. There was even an option stated of pressing on the F6 as the computer started to access Roxio by another means, the F6 option doesn't work. So I'm just wondering what the secret is and how do I dump all these backups to reclaim about 140 GB. Thanks.
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