4.5GB log file!? Drwtsn32.log

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WhitPhil

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Either the file headers are corrupt, and it's really not that big, OR you have been experiencing one h*** of a lot of failures on your system. The file contains "dump" info on every failure.
 

innus

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hehe, well my computer regularily crashes on boot up (appart from that its a stable as a mountain :p) so it could be either... or both :D

Anyway, i got 4.5GB back from its deletion so w00t
 

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You may want to start a new thread explaining your boot failures, and see if someone has any suggestions.
 
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