I can not add any folders or delete anything off of my free agent
No matter what I do or try I can't delete, add, or organize any files on y free agent. I'm at a died end and I really need to save a lot of information and files to it. I'm a college student. I need a new start.
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1. Go in control panel Add or remove programs or programs and features then uninstall the programs that you don't use or havn't used in a long time.
2. Go in control panel Folder options view tab at the top. Look for Hidden files and folders put a tic in show hidden files and folders.
Go in My Computer/Computer Click on the c drive then windows folder delete the update folders that have a $ infront of the name of the folders. Go back to Folder Options/View tab at the top. Hidden files and folders put a tic in Do not show hidden files and folders.
3. Right click on Rec bin choose empty rec bin.
4. Go in control panel / Internet Options clcik on settings next to the first delete button from the top then click on view files. On the upper roght clcik on edit/Organize choose select all. Then hit your delete key on your folder yes to conferm. Click on ok then in the next window click on delete button next the settings button you clicked on before.
5. Open notepad type del %temp% /q then save the file to your desktop name it Del.bat cloce everything out and double click the del file on your desktop.
6. Open the run command Hold the windows key down (left of the space bar on your keyboard) Press the r key. Type in %temp% Delete all the files and folders you can in that folder.
7. Right click on Rec bin choose empty rec bin.
If it still says low disk space I suggest saving your personal files and reinstall your oem system disk or add a second disk drive.
When you exit Acrobat 7, Acrobat returns the error message,"the application is being terminated because of memory corruption."
Do one of the following solutions:
Solution 1: Install the Acrobat 7.0.8 update.
If you have Acrobat 7.0, choose Help > Check For Updates Now to install the update. Alternately, you can download the update from the Adobe website at www.adobe.com/downloads/ .
Solution 2: Remove the files from theAcrobat Organizer folder.
When you remove files from the Acrobat Organizer folder, you force Acrobat to rebuild the Organizer database. This process replaces any damaged files in the Organizer that may be causing the error message.
To remove the files from the Acrobat Organizer folder:
1.Choose Start > Run.
2.In the Open text box, type:%UserProfile%\Application Data\Adobe\Acrobat\7.0\Organizer70.
3.Delete or move all filesfrom this directory.
Solution3: Remove the files from the Updaterfolder.
You may receive this error message after a failed update, indicating that the files in the Updater folder are corrupted.
To remove the files from the Updater folder:
1. Choose Start > Run.
2. In the Open text box, type:%UserProfile%\Application Data\Adobe\Acrobat\7.0\Updater.
3. Delete or move all the files fromthis directory.
I doubt that iTunes really moved/reorganized files on your computer.
iTunest may have created its own "Table Of Contents", presenting a "view" of all your files.
Open "My Computer" and open your external hard-drive.
The files should be in "your" order.
Open "My Documents". Open "My Music".
The files should be in "your" order.
If iTunes really did "reorganize" your files, there's no way to "go back", because "Windows System Restore" does not automatically created time-stamped backups of your 'My Documents' folder (nor of any external disk-drive -- where would it put that much data???).
To organize your messages, you can move some of them to the Saved items folder, or add new folders for your
messages. While reading a message, select Options.
To add or delete a folder, select Menu > Messages > Saved items > Text messages, and My folders. To delete a
folder, scroll to the folder, select Options > Delete folder.