Posted 01 October 2006 - 10:31 AM
The cluster number reflects the actual location on the disk. Files in the lower clusters generally are older than those with higher clusters - but this generalization only applies to unmodified file systems.
In other words, if anything was done to the disk after anything was installed - this won't necessarily hold true.
As I recall in PCInspector, there is a default setting to scan the entire disk. Try using that.
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