My 'Installer' Folder Is Over 4.5Gb - Please Help!
The path you requested is.... >> "C:WINDOWSInstaller". I used keyfinderthing to get my Windows 8.1 key but it is different then what's on my Email when I bought Windows 8. This discussion is locked Catherine Burgess Level 1 (10 points) Q: Where is all my hard drive space? Windows... navigate here
Edit Delete Remove Cancel Cancel Edit Your Reply (some HTML allowed) What's the status of this problem? i don't see any lags or performance issue.. I apologize for > > the confusion by using incorrect terminology. > > Why will your computer not allow you to backup? > > System Restore <> Backup of your stuff. Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Page 1 of 9 123456 ... http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/re-exceptionally-large-installer-folder.3835870/
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Add Image I'm e.g. Add Image I'm e.g. I have a >> 120 GB harddrive (Explorer states 111GB) and this is a good portion >> of the harddrive. Please > advise. Shenan Stanley wrote: > Might I suggest...
Now do the other cleanups (not the msizap) to your machine. If you call it "memory," you run the risk of confusing those who try to help you, and therefore getting wrong, and possibly dangerous, advice. > > My computer is running low on memory so I started searching my > > computer for How does this make you feel?
Click OK.. Windows 10 Installer Folder How does this make you feel? I think I'll open something with them. Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. >>> 2.
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Please advise. Click OK.. Windows Installer Unused Files Cleanup Tool Pre-Order: Surface Studio | New Surface Book Shop: Xbox One S Bundles | NEW Dell XPS 13" Tweaking Windows 10 How to reduce the Windows 10 footprint on your computer By Windows Installer Folder Cleanup Feb 22, 2008 12:38 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Kappy, Kappy Feb 22, 2008 12:54 PM in response to Catherine Burgess Level 10 (275,374 points) Desktops
Also, since the reference uses a file in the package, the custom action can run only after "InstallExecuteSequence" -> "InstallFiles" as deferred.The "[Scripts_DIR]" entry is a reference to a folder in If you don't use the hibernate feature and > want to recapture the space that Windows uses for the hiberfil.sys > file, perform the following steps: > > - Start the As a result, the size of > > the hiberfil.sys file will always equal the amount of physical > > memory in your system. his comment is here Add Image I'm e.g.
does this mean I can get that space back? 0 1 year ago Reply Ivaylo Badinov Upgrade usually removes the recovery partitition automatically 0 1 year ago Reply Zachary Boddy I C:\windows\installer\$patchcache$ So, I should be able to upgrade anytime after midnight. This is only one reason the new Compact feature of Windows is better than the WIM method of Windows 8.1, as it is more selective in what is compressed offering better
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I tried it on my Dell Venue 8 Pro and it was already compact. 0 1 year ago Reply TheNet Avenger "...eliminating the recovery image, users get close to 4GB of I've been using it a long time and I can't live without it. From what I gather most of what is in the folder > are updates to Microsoft Office and other programs. Can I Delete .msp Files For the custom action which runs the BAT please try enclosing the file reference in quotes.Also, for the EXE you can try using an "EXE with working Dir" custom action.
Add Image I'm e.g. in my KeePass 1.x file, and it is still under one megabyte, and can be run anywhere from a USB Drive (no install required). And it's all free. (sync thru Dropbox For the average user it will cause them to use up unnecessary disc space. Thanks. weblink Choose...
Thank you guys. I am unable to > create a backup or a System Restore point. Hey Dashlane, great program, horrible file maintenance with the installer. I'm sure this is happening to many users without their knowledge.
I have also used Omni Disk Sweeper which finds 71GB used and does include swap files etc. Not a problem Acknowledged In progress Solved Yeah and folders are nearly double the size they were a few months ago too, so the problem is rapidly getting a lot worse! Yes it is a 120GB hard drive and I am allowing for the fact that is really only 111GB (clarified in my 2nd post).The 'info' in Finder tells me I have