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Corrupt System\volume Information\tracking.log


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#1 Jackpot614

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Posted 23 June 2007 - 02:33 PM

I'm running XPpro SP2 (fully updated)

I have not been able to do a system restore in a long time. I get through the restore process and then get a message that it cannot restore. More recently, my antivirus and antispyware programs are hanging up on the file C:\system\volume information\tracking.log. Spyware Doctor stopped on this file and then ceased to respond. Counterspy stopped mid stream also and also went into a "not responding" condition although it did not tell me what caused it. Kaspersky 6.0 also will not complete a scan and I suspect it is hanging on the same file.

This file is corrupt and I would like to delete it. However, the windows explorer that used to have an option to show system files no longer does and I can't get to it in order to accomplish that.

Does anyone have any suggestions for solving this problem?

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Posted 23 June 2007 - 10:45 PM

Look in the Event Viewer located in the Administrative Tools in the Control Panel. List the 4 most recent error messages.


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