Re: Recycle bin full
Thanks - but I'm still confused and I think I'll have somebody look at this.
I am 99% sure no one else has used my computer and I don't really want to
restore all this stuff if I don't need to. Thank you all for the
suggestions. When I find out, I'll post again.
> That would depend on what they are.
> It may be your temp files overflowed, or some other utility is at work.
> I thought that would take a lot, but it's just a possibility.
> I would also check your security, if you weren't home, both home and
> Change your password, and the administrator. (but remember them!)
> "peter4" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > "Malke" wrote:
> >> peter4 wrote:
> >> > Help!!! My recycle bin is full!!! I didn't do it, I don't even know
> >> > what
> >> > some of the stuff is. A ton of stuff was put in it on June 19 and I
> >> > wasn't
> >> > even home then. In fact, there are a couple things in there that were
> >> > in
> >> > my documents (lists of medications, etc.) that I know I didn't put in
> >> > there.
> >> Simply select all of the things in the Recycle Bin and choose "restore".
> >> They will all go back to where they should. And then you need to think
> >> about who had access to your computer. This is not the sort of thing that
> >> can magically happen all by itself.
> >> Malke
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> > Thanx - but there are 2,936 things in there and they were all put there on
> > the same date almost at the same time!!!!
> > . No one else has access to my computer. Should I restore them or just
> > permanently delete them?