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Old 01-26-2002, 11:06 AM
Mario C Mario C is offline
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Default Deleting files

One of our computers is having an issue with emptying the trash. It feels like it's getting rid of them one at a time, and when we're clearing out a few old projects, 5 minutes to trash 4 Gb (around 2000 files) is not right.

The computer is a G4 500 AGP with 312Mb of memory running OS9.2. We have a second identicle(sp) system that performs the same task in under 0.5 seconds. (Well, I haven't timed it exactly, but you get the idea.)

I knew another engineer/studio with the same problem on an old 9500 system. He fixed his by getting a new computer when he upgraded to a Mix system.

Any weird trash prefs that I don't know about?
Mario C
Metcom Studios
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