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Factory Image is red

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:) I do a daily check of my pc every morning(call it paranoid) but i noticed that my factory image is red and not blue.
I have deleted everything i can think of that is not needed. I defraged. WHAT could be causing it to turn red.
We have not downloaded anything in the past week. What do i have to do to get it to turn blue again?
Thanks, Cree!

It says factory image is 924 MB of 9.50 GB with 0% free

Edited by CreeSweetSage, 27 May 2009 - 07:47 AM.

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Are you referring to the bar is red in windows, when you look at that partition in my computer? I wouldn't worry about it. I think that is a protected partion and you are prevented from writing to it, hence why it is red. If you are worried that it is corrupted or anything, run a scan disk on it. Otherwise, it isn't used at all in the normal day to day running of the operating system. IT is just used as a repository for system files should you need to reinstall your OS to get back to factory settings.
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