Problems with my Casio E100:
Can anyone help me figure out why my storage space is shrinking.
Currently my device has been reset with no additional applications or utilities added and the free space in only 4000k, and I can not even add an appointment in the calendar or a contact because there isn't any free space. I tried resetting the device several times by taking out all the batteries, however that didn't do much. I can't even install WMP or AvantGo and all these items plus more were there just a few days ago. The funny part is the item has been in my planner the whole time, and it hasn't fallen or been kicked.
If I go into the system setting the memory selector is very small, when it used to be fairly large in comparison.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Some phones may suffer from storage issues. This means that you don't have enough storage to deal with your needs, or your phone has started to lock up due to not having enough space to deal with basic running. Your phone may be cluttered with photos and videos that you don't need.
There will be ways to deal with these issues, mostly involved with freeing up storage space on your phone. You should move media files to an external device if you want to keep them and delete everything you don't need.
You can also delete temporary files in the form of your cache, as this will remove data and free up much-needed space. You can also utilise cloud storage solutions to help manage your storage online rather than on your hardware.
You haven't really given me anything to go on. If this is a case of hard drive space disappearing or if you've just filled up your drive and have lots of things running in the background. More info please.
Hold the Windows logo key on your keyboard and press "R" (Winkey+R). This will launch the Run the utility. Type "diskmgmt.msc" inside the text box and press Enter. This will open the Windows Disk Management utility. This is where you can format, create, and delete hard drive partitions. order to create a partition, you need unallocated space. Unallocated space is basically disk space that is not formatted or not prepared for storage. Formatting is the act of preparing a disk space for storage. It similar to building a foundation for a place to be inhabited. Thus, unallocated space is just useless blank space with no "foundation" or format. To create unallocated space, you need to shrink your hard drive. When you shrink your hard disk, the remaining space becomes unallocated. To do this, right-click your main drive and select "Shrink Volume." You will then see the region of unallocated space (shaded black). Remember, this space is not yet usable. Now you need to create "foundation" or format for the unallocated space. This will allow for the space to become usable. Right-click the region of unallocated space and select "New Simple Volume." This will launch the New Simple Volume Wizard. This will guide you through the installation process. ssign the disk a drive letter. You can choose any drive letter that is not currently in use. Select a file system for the disk. The file system is basically the type of format or "foundation" the storage device has. If you plan on installing a Windows OS to the partition select the"NTFS" file system. Name the partition in the "Volume Label" text box. You can choose any name for your partition. Now click "Finish" to create the new partition.
Launch the Disk Management tool on your computer running
Windows 7 by opening the Start menu and typing "diskmgmt.msc" in the
search bar. The Disk Management tool, showing all connected storage
Pick the hard drive onto which you'll install Windows 8. The
normal choice is Disk0, which is the primary hard drive. This disk
should already show your C: drive, and possibly other items like
Verify the available free space on the selected disk. For
most computers with no other dual-boot setups installed, the entire
drive should be occupied, so you'll have to shrink an existing drive
(like C:). If there is a section with a black bar titled "unallocated,"
then this represents free space not currently in use.
Shrink your C: drive by right-clicking on it and selecting
"Shrink Volume." The computer assesses and reports how much free space
is available on the disk. You need a minimum of 16GB of free space to
install 32-bit Windows 8 and 20GB of space for 64-bit Windows 8. Type
either 160000 or 200000 in the "Enter the amount of space to shrink in
MB" box. Increase that number if you want additional storage space for
files and programs within Windows 8. Click "Shrink" to continue.
Right-click on the new unallocated space and select "New
Simple Volume." Leave the defaults, ensuring that NTFS is selected as
the file system type. Give the drive a name, like "Windows 8."
Insert your Windows 8 installation disc or USB drive into
your computer. When the new drive is formatted, restart the computer and
boot from your installation disc or drive.
Install Windows 8
Select "Custom" during the Windows 8 Setup initialization process.
Select the new drive you created when the installation
program asks you where you want to install Windows 8. Be sure to select
the drive with the label you used for the new drive; if you install to
the C: drive, you will overwrite your existing Windows 7 installation.
Follow onscreen instructions to install Windows 8.
Reboot after you install Windows 8, ensuring that you've
removed any installation media. When the computer restarts, you are
presented with a boot screen that lets you pick between Windows 7 and
Hi. You can increase the space on your storage area by transfering some unused files from your storage area to PC, or you can simply uninstall some unused programs from your device. I also recommend you to use your SD Card for your pictures, music, videos (they take a lot of space, so its better to keep them in your SD Card). You can simply transfer these kind of personal files from your storage area to your SD Card by using the default File Explorer (can be found in the start menu). At least 3MB should be left on your storage area in general, you can check sizes of the free space on your storages areas by accessing the Memory menu in the settings. Hope this helps.
i am currently dealing with the same problem with my BJ III aka Samsung Jack. I had the BJ II before upgrading and had the same problems, but assumed that Samsung would have fixed this problem with the new phone. Apparantly NOT! Or it's just a stupid windows bug. idk, either way, it sucks! because i have deleted MOST of my messages, all of my "sent" and "deleted" folders in messaging, i've moved all pictures, sounds, media etc to my storage card, and yet STILL only have 10MB of storage available. oh, aaaand i ONLY have google maps installed as an add-on application. really? really samsung?!??!