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It only shows the C and D drives on that log, how is the space now ?
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I have restored the all scans log from the recycle bin and took a look at it. It shows c and d but for drive f you would have to scroll down in there to see it. As far as my hard drive space is doing first I controlled the settings in internet options to block all cookies in the privacy tab, then I found a program that automatically deletes temporary internet files and so far its doing good!
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What programme was that ?
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Its called tfcleanup, right now it's doing good, but I need some time to let it run, down the stretch. When I rebooted, Mcshield found D:\desktop.ini.
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I saw that it is part of your recovery partition so can be ignored
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Can you run MCShield while you have real time protection turned on? (Anti-Virus.)
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Yes as it just sits there and waits for a USB to be inserted :)
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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