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Bot Automatically Saving State


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When doing a Disk Cleanup, I have the box checked to remove BOT saved states.

Yet when I clean the disk, BOT goes and saves the state of my machine, seemingly before the disk has even finished being cleaned.

I do not want this going on.

I want to do the saving when I want to, not when BOT wants to.

I don't care if its 1kb, I do not want it being done by BOT.

Is there a setting somewhere that I have failed to find that will stop it from automatically saving?

Thanks in advance for your advice.

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When doing a Disk Cleanup, I have the box checked to remove BOT saved states.

Yet when I clean the disk, BOT goes and saves the state of my machine, seemingly before the disk has even finished being cleaned.

I do not want this going on.

I want to do the saving when I want to, not when BOT wants to.

I don't care if its 1kb, I do not want it being done by BOT.

Is there a setting somewhere that I have failed to find that will stop it from automatically saving?

Thanks in advance for your advice.

 

I'd have to give it a try to see what happens.

I'm not at a BOT machine right now.

I can try later when I'm at home.

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Sorry for the late reply but I tried this over the weekend.

 

I started with 7 Saved States that I found amounted to 20.3Gb of data.

I used Disc Cleanup and it took a long time to clean them all but it did.

I didn't end up with any new saves.

 

Is it possible that you had a save scheduled and it was just coincidence that it created it then?

 

Another thing you can do is to manually delete them.

Instead of hitting Disc Cleanup just highlight one of the states and hit the button at the bottom of the screen

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