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Optimizing protected files [ XP ]

Cosmin

Graphic Designer
#1
Windows XP protect it's files - saves a number of files wich takes out a large space . You can "erase & optimize" them . Windows File Protection ( WFP ) - command "sfc" ( System File Checker )
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Tip : openCommand Promt

type

- sfc/purgecache - ease & optimize
- sfc/scannow - checks protected files files on system
- sfc/scanonce - at next start XP checks files on system
- sfc/scanboot - enables " checks at every XP start "
- sfc/revert - default settings
- sfc/cachesize=XY : XY - indicates cache size used for files on system
 
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allan

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#5
Cosmin - really? Never tried it without the space - always assumed it was required. Learn something new every day. ;)
 

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