delete bootup message

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  1. 1Tsme1941

    1Tsme1941 Member

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    I get a message at bootup "you have files waiting to be burned to disc". how to remove?
     
  2. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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    Right click on the cd drive and click on delete temporary files.
     
  3. 1Tsme1941

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    I click start/computer/my drive is highlighted in red. Right click on it does nothing. I tried other ways to delete temp files without success.
     
  4. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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    What do you mean its highlighted in red? Can you post a screenshot?

    When you right click on your cd drive you should get a menu similar to this. But you will see delete temporary files since you have files waiting to be burned to cd.

    right click.jpg
     
  5. 1Tsme1941

    1Tsme1941 Member

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    here is screenshot
     

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  6. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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    Local disk C which is in red is your hard drive not your cd drive. You need to right click on the dedrw drive below the hard drive. Once you right click on it, you'll see an option in the menu where it says delete temporary files. I also recommend getting a bigger hard drive and add it as a storage drive. You can move your personal files to the storage drive and gain space on the main. You have 4 percent free space which will cause your system slow downs and possible crashes if it hasn't already.
     
  7. 1Tsme1941

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    the options are:
    OPEN
    open in new winow
    share with
    burn to disc
    format
    eject
    copy
    paste
    create shortcut
    properties
     
  8. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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  9. 1Tsme1941

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    it said there are 0 files to be burned
     
  10. johnb35

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    Don't know what to tell you then. Last thing is to try this.

    a. Click on Start, select Computer.

    b. Now, navigate to the below location:
    C:\Users\(Username)\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Burn\Temporary Burn Folder

    c. Delete the files present there.
     
  11. 1Tsme1941

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    worked, thanks
     
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