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    oodinero is offline BlackBerryOS Enthusiast
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    Shrinking 328 with Windows 7

    I cant shrink the 328 OS. I recently upgraded to windows 7 and am thinking that's the culprit. i was able to shrink all OS leaks/hybrids without fault prior to 328 and windows 7.

    anyone have any ideas?

    the shrink A OS program states that is completed the shrink function but i'm left with the same # of mbs. also, there's no "removed files" folder that is being created.

    im fearing that i have to manually shrink the files following what was taken out from my 323 OS....




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    you have to right click and run as administrator buddy

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    just put the shrink in your os folder and right click and run as admin
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    ok....thanks. i'll give it a try later tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oodinero View Post
    I cant shrink the 328 OS. I recently upgraded to windows 7 and am thinking that's the culprit. i was able to shrink all OS leaks/hybrids without fault prior to 328 and windows 7.

    anyone have any ideas?

    the shrink A OS program states that is completed the shrink function but i'm left with the same # of mbs. also, there's no "removed files" folder that is being created.

    im fearing that i have to manually shrink the files following what was taken out from my 323 OS....

    Select to Run it as Windows Xp SP3 or Windows Vista Sp2 and then run as administrator and it will work fine.

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