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is there a reason its all blue? only does it on this laptop drive, if i put any other slave in its regular. just laptop
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If you mean the filenames are in blue, that denotes that the files are either encrypted or compressed to take up less disk space. This happens when you use 'Disk Cleanup' and tick the option to "Compress files to save space".
The option is also reversible by unticking it.
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If you mean the filenames are in blue, that denotes that the files are either encrypted or compressed to take up less disk space. This happens when you use 'Disk Cleanup' and tick the option to "Compress files to save space".
The option is also reversible by unticking it.

yea just figured out it was compressed. and danget i was upgrading to vista ultimate (again) and this time it failed :whistling:
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