low disk space

Hewlett-packard / V6000
August 18, 2010 at 17:07:27
Specs: Windows XP
i have a 60 gig hard drive found that there is one file under c documents and settings all users.it is called application data when i look inside the folder there are very few folders and each one takes up very little space but when viewed under properties for the app file when you right click on file.the size of the files jumps to 48,000 and the gigs jump way up to 37 gig and that takes up alot of my harddrive have run multiple spyware antimaleware trying window defender.ugh.when i try to show hidden files it says that i can not unhide it.it is an alphanumeric file that is huge.and of coarse i cant get the whole file name to find and remove.does not tell me the location of the file what so ever .please email me back at 47mustang@live.com thanks for your time in advance, Brian B.

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August 19, 2010 at 05:19:13
Did you learn what to do? Can the Application Data folder or subfolders for iTunes, etc. be deleted? I am having same issue. Thanks

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August 19, 2010 at 19:41:48
started to really checking into application data file and found symantec file symantec endpoint protection xfer file with 32 gigs of junk in it how do i get ride of this problem without reinstalling windows.my computer tells me that i dont have an antivirus program installed .thought symantec was an antivirus program but unable to find the file in programs.i tried deleting whole xfer file but was unable to.can i just delete the files as many as i can at a time.just to get rid of

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