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Old 18th July 2010, 08:59
Theportalmaster Theportalmaster is offline
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Default 100GB Of data lost after stream

Hello.
I use to have around 131 GB Space used on my PC out of 232GB.
Recentley I was streaming and after I only have 327mb left on my PC.
I've been searching my PC for ages and hours looking for the problem but I cant find out.
How can I restore my data on my PC? I really need quick help.
-Theportalmaster
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Old 20th July 2010, 10:28
liorm6 liorm6 is offline
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This is very strange.

First i would advise to look in MyVideos to see whether you recorded a long video inadvertantly.

if not, u can try to use a ftool to gauge folder sizes. you can google 'folder size open source' to find some tools you can use (at your own risk - this is not something we provide or recommend)

thanks
Lior
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Old 22nd July 2010, 08:42
Theportalmaster Theportalmaster is offline
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Thanks for the reply.
This did not work, HOWEVER, it seems every day a cople of MB return to my PC.
Very odd, but ill just wait. I could suggest a diffrent third party program was running that rurined instead of the live stream.
Thanks! Theportalmaster
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Old 25th July 2010, 01:10
cseeman cseeman is offline
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Maybe there's a temp file that's very large.

If you think there's a single big file causing this maybe just do a simple search by file size on your system.

Do check your My Videos follder. In Procaster in the Desktop tab there's a "Save video to file (My videos folder)" which, if checked, might have recorded a large file there.

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