Computer becomes unusable accessing compressed files

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by ea3lf, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. ea3lf

    ea3lf Guest

    Hi,

    I understand compressing files to save space is not a good idea, but being
    an option saves from time to time your life... usually.

    I have some very large files from P2P applications, that were created with
    the compression flag, that right now can't be used at all. When trying to
    access them, or trying to "decompress" them, explorer.exe stops responding.
    No Ctrl+Alt+Del.

    System is Windows Vista Business x86 SP1.
     
    ea3lf, Jun 8, 2008
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