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> Delete J-e Dictionary, good idea or rather not? and how?
Bertram Wooster
post Mar 6 2005, 07:34 AM
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dear people.
i've never used the japanese-english dictionary on board my c3000 - and i don't expect do so in the near future. although i know that it's supposed to be a really good one, i rather see it as wasted space on my machine.
now after three months with it i'm finally forced to unbrick my c3000 (hdd1 error, then unable to find some pcmcia file). several threads have dealt with this topic and i think that i'll manage (naivety or hope - watch this place for the harsh reality ...)
anyway. is it advisable to delete the onboard dictionary and what is the most sensible way? simply deleting the files on hd?
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post Mar 6 2005, 10:37 PM
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Just search for and delete the directories dict1 and dict2. I don't remember where they are offhand. It'll save you about 800M, I think.

You might want to back them up first though. Most technophiles usually find the need to translate something from Japanese. smile.gif

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