Solved Remove a file that does not exist (No file path, cannot be found)

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Aftimmy

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So I've been trying to uninstall a WoW (World of Warcraft) that's taking 88GB of my hardrive. I cannot figure out for the life of me how to get rid of it. It shows up in my program files to uninstall, but when it I click uninstall, it gives me a error saying its not located by the launcher. When I search it up through my files, it doesn't exist. I've tried installing the program and uninstalling it, but it still detects there is 88GB of data somewhere on this computer. I'm at a loss and I have no idea what to do. I'm very tec savy, but i'm willing to learn how to remove this file!

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Aftimmy

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Oh you gem! Thank you so much! The file is removed and I've got more space! It also showed more files I didn't know I had, so thank you again!

Cheers!
 
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