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Just doing my own thing with windows vista64 and I get an error saying that i was out of disk space and could not fig out why. I trace it down to my syswow64 folder and its 27gigs out of my 40gig harddrive. Whats up with that? I make room by uninstalling a gig of games and the syswow64 grows a gig in about an hour or two. How can I keep it from growing so big and slim it down?
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It could be System Restore making its rounds?
    
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I double checked to see that I had disabled it and I did. I wish it was that.
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Bummer dude, I just looked around Google, and it seems other people have had this issue. But either the issue has never been definitely solved, or the OP never replied back.
    
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yeah iv looked too and no one seems to find any answers on it. I just got a new drive in the mail today so i am going to reinstall vista. Hopefully i wond run into this again.
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