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Author Topic: Fast answer needed. O-o  (Read 661 times)

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Offline WolfyTopic starter

Fast answer needed. O-o
« on: October 12, 2010, 08:49:37 PM »
Ok..trying to install the new patch for WoW...and..I'd like to turn off my hard drive's limits. Like, it'll stop it if it gets down to like, 2.26 GB or something like that..and I'd like to turn that off...is there anyway to do it?


Also, if I compress the hard drive (There's an option for that under properties) will that give me more space? What would be the downsides?

Offline Vekseid

Re: Fast answer needed. O-o
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2010, 12:18:19 AM »
Ok..trying to install the new patch for WoW...and..I'd like to turn off my hard drive's limits. Like, it'll stop it if it gets down to like, 2.26 GB or something like that..and I'd like to turn that off...is there anyway to do it?


Also, if I compress the hard drive (There's an option for that under properties) will that give me more space? What would be the downsides?

A title like that is sure to get you ignored, you know.

How big is your hard drive? Have you run the filesystem checker on it? What OS are you using?

Disk compression is recommended on data areas where the material is compressible, because it will allow it to be loaded faster and no longer takes up much CPU. Text files, pdfs, bitmap images, etc.