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I found out that I had to keep an eye on these settings to make sure NEW captures went to my Recording drive (Faster?), Instead of "C" Drive (Slower/Bulky?). Sometimes after a (long?) shut-down/re-start, Win XP or ATI MMC seems to forget these settings. I had to search and found some recent Captures Splattered onto my "C" drive, instead of my Recording Drive...Could have been due to a mistake in re-naming file during live capture in ATI MMC? ATI MMC Disk Space Settings (640x514).jpg
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