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File Structure Corruption

By Tgoodbrand ·
I have noticed that a few of our Laptops at my company are having the same issue. The file Structure is getting corrupt with values and it slows down the system because of lack of Disk Space.
Below is a sample of what I see on the root of C:


When you open this you find the exact contents on all 22 folders.


All of the above folders are in every one of the corrup VALUE file structure.



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First, don't scream 'HELP'.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to File Structure Corruption

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That is a Microsoft Update that does that

by robo_dev In reply to File Structure Corruption

How much space is all that taking up? It should not be much

support DOT microsoft DOT com/kb/950683

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