05-26-2011 11:01 PM
I'm using Windows 7 Pro, 64bit and recently discovered that Network Magic is at the top of the list for disk usage...at a whopping 32GB...that's right, GB, not MB. How the heck did that happen when Network Magic Pro is 32 MB?
I noticed someone else asked the same unanswered question in October. Any clues?
08-09-2011 10:38 PM
I've asked repeatedly for someone at CISCO to respond to a technical query. I've heard nothing. Some company.
I've yet to find an explanation on my own. But it makes no sense and it's eating up valueable space on my C drive.
08-17-2011 05:46 AM
Same question here. I just noticed in Programs & Features that NWM is registering 32GB. Is this right or is windows mis-reporting the size? I'm running low on disk and went looking for sftwr to remove. NWM jumped out at me at 32GB!
NWM version 5.5.9195.0-Pure 0
linksys router, e4200
04-01-2012 02:55 AM - last edited on 04-01-2012 05:31 AM by OnnagokorO
I am removing Network magic because it is taking up entirely too much space on my drive. I expect more from Cisco...or, I did.
(Mod note: Edited for forums compliance.)
04-05-2012 12:22 AM
Same thing here only I never noticed until I un-installed network magic 5.5 essentials only then I seen the amount of disc space being used, But for me it never worked, it was an unqualified disaster from start to finish a complete waste of money and the service support is much the same . I don't know how this company can ignore so many people with problems do they not realise that we are the consumer in both home and in business, I'll be avoiding CISCO like the plague in future, if they can't help a home user how can they support a business with critical functions
05-31-2012 05:23 PM
STILL NO RESPONSE TO THIS CISCO? what gives...is this a matter of the reported size being wrong? seems impossible that it would be 32g's. However if this is how problems get treated I agree w/ the previous post... I will be looking for another company to provide my network needs.