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Trash reached its maximum limit

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Trash reached its maximum limit

Fri Jul 04, 2014 3:16 pm
Hi everyone,
I have a file 4.4 GB that i can not erase.
the system does not let me put it in the bin and i get an error message:

The trash has reached its maximum size!
Cleanup the trash manually.

I tried to copy it to an external memory (1 Tera), but the operation never completed. it only transferred 4 GB and never stopped...
Is there a way to expand the Trash ?
Any ideas..?
I know nothing about programming...sorry.
thanks,
Guy.
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Re: Trash reached its maximum limit

Fri Jul 04, 2014 3:32 pm
See viewtopic.php?t=56662#p74993

You can also delete a file (without putting it in the trash) with Shift+Delete. Note that there is no (easy) way to get the file back if you do this.


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Re: Trash reached its maximum limit

Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:47 pm
Easy !
thanks a lot.

 
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