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Using my brand new laptop, Dell Inspiron, and using Roxio Creator DE that came installed on the laptop.

 

My question is, whilst/once i have burned the dvd i am noticing that my hard drive space is getting lesser and lesser, as in its using about 4GB each dvd i have made. Have dropped from about 215GB to 189GB. Where can a recoup/get back this space? There is nothing in the Roxio program stating what i have burned ie. a list of history, so where do i find the info that went onto my laptop? Have went into clean up space on my hard drive etc but its still on 189GB, don't want to burn another one.

 

All help would be much appreciated please folks. Have now stopped burning/creating dvd copies, can't be losing all my GB space at this rate. Please help?

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Using my brand new laptop, Dell Inspiron, and using Roxio Creator DE that came installed on the laptop.

 

My question is, whilst/once i have burned the dvd i am noticing that my hard drive space is getting lesser and lesser, as in its using about 4GB each dvd i have made. Have dropped from about 215GB to 189GB. Where can a recoup/get back this space? There is nothing in the Roxio program stating what i have burned ie. a list of history, so where do i find the info that went onto my laptop? Have went into clean up space on my hard drive etc but its still on 189GB, don't want to burn another one.

 

All help would be much appreciated please folks. Have now stopped burning/creating dvd copies, can't be losing all my GB space at this rate. Please help?

 

First, reboot, and see if that clears up the problem.

 

If not, make sure that you have Windows set to show Hidden files and folders, then go to Documents and Settings, your name, Local Settings/Temp Files, and delete them.

 

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