dell laptop 1545

April Higgins Behrnes

I purchased this laptop from a pawn shop and it has a file in it that I can't find, that is taking up all my space...What can I do??

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jimlynch
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I'd try to Dell support even though you didn't buy it from them. They may be able to set you in the right direction to deal with it.

http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04?c=&l=&s=bsd

Techvedic
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Hi,

 

May be it's a kind of virus. You have need to take backup and once format you system windows. after this your problem will definitely resolve.

 

 

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