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Problems with Symantec\subEng

I am running windows XP Pro and get a message that the C: drive is almost full. On further exploring, it seems that my system drive (150Gb) has 132Gb taken up in a file under Documents and setting called Symantec\subEng. I have no idea what this file is or whether I can delete it to free up some space. Can you help at all please.

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Andrew

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  • Anonymous Aug 13, 2008

    I am facing the same problem.In my C drive only 200MB space is left out of 12 GB.How sholud i get rid of these files?

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Sometimes Windows stores important files on a computer that are necessary to run propertley. I strongly suggest you not to delete it because you might end up messing up your entire computer. If you want to clean up disk space instead I will give you exact instructions.
1: Go to Start and Go to Control Panel.
2:Go to Clean up disk.

Or you can download this FREE and USEFUL Software to clean up unnecessary files on your computer: http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/download/11e4772a551c38a628e7fe29acd21dbc/

Thank You!!!!!!!!!!!!

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