podlod 11:03 23 Feb 2010

Hi, I have a document that reads E/MPAK, E obviously being my drive but I do not know what MPAK stands for, only it is taking up 1.53GB and i have looked in properties but it does not tell me.Is there a way to find out what this document is before I delete?, as it may disrupt my pc. Thank you

  gengiscant 11:09 23 Feb 2010

Maybe something here.
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  MAJ 11:10 23 Feb 2010

It could be some sort of backup folder, podlod. click here What is your E: drive, an external drive, an internal drive or a partition on your C: drive?

  podlod 10:05 26 Feb 2010

Hi, I went through the website search engine and a game came up reading Battlestations, and other info. I played this game before Xmas and deleted after. But still worried whether to delete MPAK? what to do?

  MAJ 10:15 26 Feb 2010

You call it a "document" which would normally indicate a file rather than a folder but I have never seen a 1.5GB document. Anyhow, take a copy of it and save it somewhere else, then delete the original, if you see no adverse effects after a few days you can delete the copy. It's not a Windows file/folder in any case.

  podlod 10:04 27 Feb 2010

Hi, thanks MAJ I will give it a go and see what happens and let you know how I get on.

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