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System data has moved after BSOD


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#1 rhino1366

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Posted 06 May 2011 - 10:15 PM

A BSOD reboot happened. After that...

My System files (OS files) has moved on the data map.
I've noticed this after viewing through Auslogics Disk Defrag program.
...In my Windows XP built-in defragmenter the green area (OS files) are noticely at the end (where it moved).

What should I do? Do you need HiJackThis log for instant analysis?

Regards,
rhino

Edit (additional info):

Partition C (System partition) - 40GB
Partition D - ~425GB ...(500GB HDD)

OS - Windows XP Pro 32-bit (with SP3)
Antivirus software - Avira AntiVir Premium + on demand Malwarebytes' scanner.
...hope that's enouph info.

Edited by rhino1366, 06 May 2011 - 10:23 PM.


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