Here is how I solved the problem.
Originally Posted by eco
I suppose you could do a
... to see where all the files are installed and remove them or move them.
You might also do a search in ~/.kde for any files in there.
Hope this helps.
Ran CheckDisk /f
found and fixed a bunch of bad segments
Deleted the bad corrupt file
really did not need to but it did improve performance unexpectedly
This was an ntfs drive so I felt better using chkcsk /f in Windows instead of fsck -v in Linux.
Thanks for your help but it appears I had two issues. Corrupt DB Journal and bad segments somewhere