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Hopeless_Human
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Disk usage always full

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Pavilion 15-au501tx
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This problem start yesterday (29/11/2019). Disk reach 100 when I open unity (game engine) and unity crash. So when I look at task manager (after close unity) the disk is 0 but one second it reach 100. Solution from Web and YouTube is not working for me. I wonder why this happen. I have this laptop for 3 years (I don't sure). What should I do. Should I change my hdd to ssd. But I don't sure if I change to ssd, it will fix the problem. I don't want to change to ssd, unless don't have other solution. Anyhelp will be appreciated. 

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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Hi

I suggest you look for

Start

Windows  Administrative Tools

Disk Cleanup

Defragment and Optimise Drives

 

Leave the defrag for many hours, and then ask again.

 

 

 

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Thank for you respond. I try analyze and optimize before but I didn't realize current status table have fragmented percentage. Is take so long though. I don't think I can sleep to night. Lol. And again thank for your respond. 

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Prego.

 

Sorta Sorted?

 

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Still waiting. Stuck at 6 percent for an hour,  I going to try this tomorrow is kinda late now. Lol . Still thank for your respond. 


 

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