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Fragmented files that won't go away!

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Ok I have had it with trying to figure stuff out on my own. I have a copy of windows that I have needed to install like 10 times because every install something new happens. I finally got it to install all the way and windows now works for once. Now that I got it install It wouldnt read like my dvd games... It would read cd games just fine, but then tells me that my cd/dvd rom was not a win 32 app when I put a DvD game in. WELL I did fix that after going to windows and doing what they told me. NOW I have Fragmented Files that won't go away. I'm thinking I might have a problem but I'm not sure. I'm not putting a HiJackthis log yet I'm hoping its just something simple that can be resolved fast and with no headaches. Anyway this is what it tells me when I Fragment my C:\ which I pretty much only keep windows on and like my spybot avg and my other spyware removal things.

Fragments | File Size | File Name
4 1kb \

22 1kb \Documents and Settings\jon\local settings\Temp

6 93kb

\system volume information\_restore{63010313-59e0-45a0-b29e-4b179fdcc605}\rp16\change.log.4

Sorry last file wouldnt fit but thats what i get when i try to defrag.

Please help!

Edited by Slapoo27, 02 January 2007 - 10:35 PM.

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Duplicate topic. The original can be found HERE.

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