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Vaillant

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Good day to all, once again.

Ever scince I had that BSOD 2 or 3 weeks ago, i've 500mb on my C: partition that is being used by the data that was put on it by the BSOD, when it was dumping the physical memory.

My question is how do we get rid of this? It probably doesn't serve anything anymore, and I'd like to free up that space, as I'm starting to count the gb's i have free on my hands.

I like to keep a clean computer, and this has bothered me long enough.

Thanks for the help.
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wannabe1

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Hi Vaillant...

Download and run CCleaner...it has the options to clean memory dump logs along with a lot of other clutter that may be on your machine.

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Ah yes I forgot I had that program. Good, all I have to do is run it.

Thanks.
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My pleasure... :tazz:
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