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27-Aug-2010, 04:50 AM #1
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Have been doing a defrag, and the defrag seems to get stuck on C:windows\pchealth\errorrep\userdumps\adwatch2007.exe.

ADWATCH2007 is a programme that I uninstalled a long time ago. How can this be removed, as I guess this is a fragmented file that was uninstalled when I uninstalled this programme. Can PC Health be cleaned down of any unnecessary files?
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27-Aug-2010, 05:56 AM #2
http://www.iobit.com/iobitsmartdefrag.html


start search files/folders adwatch delete what you find and/or go to C drive programme files adwatch and delete
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http://www.iobit.com/iobitsmartdefrag.html


start search files/folders adwatch delete what you find and/or go to C drive programme files adwatch and delete
I did a start search, and I didn't find anything, but now I realise that I had punched in "ad watch" with a space between each word, so I will have a go with "adwatch". This file must be a left over from when I had uninstalled adwatch and had deleted adwatch file from C Drive Programmes.

Thanks for info and will see what happens now with "adwatch" in the search.
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