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SwizzleDude Page Icon Posted 2016-07-23 7:52 AM
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This makes Windows charming



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Alt Bass Page Icon Posted 2016-07-23 9:32 AM
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Hint: you may edit some big enough file to free some space.
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SwizzleDude Page Icon Posted 2016-07-23 9:49 AM
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I eventually got the file deleted by temporarily disabling the recycle bin
What Windows ACTUALLY wants to tell you is "cannot move foo.dat to recycle bin."
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stingraze Page Icon Posted 2016-07-23 10:27 AM
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Ahh... I hate when that happens, lol but when was the last time I saw that error message...? Maybe 2 years ago lol.
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2016-07-23 3:01 PM
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2016-07-23 8:31 PM
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I always found that funny - not enough room to make room.

The other side of that is an error message I often get in Total Commander when there's not enough room in a storage volume for a file I want to move there: first it asks if I want to overwrite the file already there (when the file isn't already there), and then when I choose 'Overwrite,' it says I can't. Duh. Why doesn't it just say there is not enough disk space in the first place, like explorer.exe does?
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