Need PC advice from you gurus!
My wife\'s C drive is making some horrible noises, so I wanted to Ghost it before it dies.
Problem is, Ghost says it needs to be defragged first, and Defragger complains that it needs 15% free space.
So I went through and started cleaning things up.
The biggest space hogger right now is her Outlook Express directory.
Under \"Documents and Settings | name | Local Settings | Application Data | Identities | Big long string of characters | Microsoft | Outlook Express\" There are several dbx files, many of them hundreds of megabytes in size.
So I launched Outlook Express and cleaned out the Deleted Messages and Sent Items folders.
However, the huge dbx files are still there.
This was last night, so the machine has been rebooted since then, and they\'re still there.
I\'m afraid to just delete the dbx files...there must be a reason they are still there.
How do I get them to reflect the now-empty message folders?