I RECENTLY PURCHASED AN IRIVERH10, IT WAS THE LAST ONE AT THE STORE. WHEN I TURNED IT ON I NOTICED THAT THERE WAS QUITE A BIT OF SONGS DOWLOADED ON THE DEVICE ALREADY. I WANT TO DELETE THEM BUT I DON'T SEE IT ON MY PC WHEN I CONNECED THE DEVICE TO MY PC. IT MUST'VE BEEN A RETURNED ITEM AND THE PERSON DID NOT DELETE THE SONGS.
HOW CAN I FIX THIS PROBLEM IN ORDER TO FREE SPACE ON MY IRIVER?
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The server stores everything that is on your PC or any other PC that is connected to it. You need to clean it out. IE/ Delete all old files in the trash, temp files etc etc. The server disc full means that there is no room left on the hard drive for more data to be stored. If you are not sure what to delete, get someone who has a bit of PC knowledge because If you delete system or program files, the server will crash next time you reboot it, or some programs may not work correctly. Hope this helps.
If you deleted it in windows you can check the recycling bin and retreave it there. Most software (such as email) has a trash bin the stores recently deleted items. If you are still having issues try this
link: Recover lost or deleted files
(1) Re-check your mail ID and password. (2) When you last set your password, perhaps your keyboard was inadvertently in caps-lock mode? (3) delete any old cookies or super-cookies (LSO's = Local Shared Objects) that may mis-identify your computer to Yahoo.com clear cookies: Tools >Clear Recent History > Cookies clear super-cookies: delete *.sol files in C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\Macromedia, where "User" is replaced by your login name. (4) clear your browser "Form and Search" history, which will store your (incorrect) password, and supply it to Yahoo.com without telling you its doing so - the browser thinks its cleverly "helping" you remember a password.
1 Select "Tools" from the browser toolbar and then choose "Internet Options."
2 Click "Settings" from the General tab.
3 Go to the toolbar menu and then select "View Files."
4 Locate the file under the desired field heading, either "Name," "Internet Address," "Type," "Size," "Expires," "Last Modified," "Last Accessed" or "Last Checked." (Note: You can click on the arrow within the "Last Accessed" field header to sort the list from either the earliest or most recent files accessed.)
5 Right-click on the file and then select "Open in New Window."
In order to recover an SMS, you need to understand how they are deleted. The SIM card has a special file where the SMS are stored, the file has several "slots" in it, each slot holds a message. The number of slots is finite, i.e. a SIM card can store 20 or 25 SMS (depending on the capacity, newer cards have more slots). When all the slots are filled, you have to delete an old SMS before you can save a new one.So yes, you can retrieve recent messages IF you have a sim card reader and the proper software like SIM manager or somthing along those lines.
im sorry with a computer stuff that you delete is stored untill more stuff is deleted to write over the top but with stuff like this it is not and if it was deleted from the pc even it will not store them as the files are not native im sorry to give you bad news buy i have answered your question and even though i knew the answer i checked for a long time to see if any programs could restore stuff but *** i thought they cant as there is no were to store the files that have been deleted please make your payment as soon as possible as we have been having trouble with people not paying recently thanks
First of all,
delete any files that you do not need, uninstall any program that you don't need or use anymore.
Find files, images, audio files, video files that you don't need to store on your machine any more.
One last suggestion, perhaps you would want to move all of the file, if you don't want to delete anything, to an external hard drive or purchase an additional hard drive as an extension to the internal hard drive.
If your undelete program lets you undelete the _P3 folder, do it. Then try renaming it to MP3. See if this helps. This is the folder in which all of your music is stored. If it allows you to change the folder name, you should now see (and be able to delete) all of your music files stored on the GPS.
if you check in your start menu you may have a recovery option to create the discs, this is what newer computer do this days, or even better you may have a partitioned hard drive with the recovery unit ready to go, if so start the computer holding F12 and it will run you through this.
If not you can purchase them from Dell itself, and this will come with all the drivers ready to install and you will be ready to go with no messing about.
if you purchase a XP disc from a computer store it will cost you a bomb then you will have to download the drivers from the dell website.