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Data Extractor causing huge cached file buildup - where is it?

Data Extractor is working great, but it seems that it builds up a cache of files on my hard drive from the web pages it has loaded and extracted from - and that cache is getting huge - at least 5 gigs on my hard drive and now I'm out of room on the drive. I want to delete this cache. Where is this cache of files? Should I delete them within a particular program (eg. Internet Explorer?).

Also when I'm running Data Extractor sometimes I get a warning message from Windows saying that I'm Low on Virtual Memory. This shouldn't be, as I have 512 MB memory on my PC. How can I fix this problem? Thanks.
by Randy Macdonald on Sep 2 2008 5:04pm Reply

Data Extractor causing huge cached file buildup - where is it?

You must be doing a LOT of extracting! If you delete your temporary files from within Internet Explorer then that will free up your disk space.

The virtual memory is a harder problem to diagnose without seeing your machine. I'd try running only one application and unistalling anything that you don't use.
by Nico Westerdale on Sep 3 2008 11:51am Reply

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