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Anonymous
January 20, 2005 10:39:06 AM

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Why do some files show in blue on the "C" drive in Windows Explorer??
Steph.
Anonymous
January 20, 2005 12:49:37 PM

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Steph. wrote:
> Why do some files show in blue on the "C" drive in Windows Explorer??

Google. (www.google.com)

Search for: "Why do some files show in blue in Windows Explorer"

Results include:
http://www.winxptutor.com/filecolor.htm

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Anonymous
January 20, 2005 12:49:38 PM

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Thanks!
It was too simple, but hey, when you donno, you donno!
Steph
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"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> Steph. wrote:
> > Why do some files show in blue on the "C" drive in Windows Explorer??
>
> Google. (www.google.com)
>
> Search for: "Why do some files show in blue in Windows Explorer"
>
> Results include:
> http://www.winxptutor.com/filecolor.htm
>
> --
> <- Shenan ->
> --
> The information is provided "as is", it is suggested you research for
> yourself before you take any advice - you are the one ultimately
> responsible for your actions/problems/solutions. Know what you are
> getting into before you jump in with both feet.
>
>
>
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Anonymous
January 20, 2005 2:18:00 PM

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It could be that your hard disk is so full that your files are not getting
enough air. But I think you'd be better off by reading Shenan's post.
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Ted Zieglar


"Steph." <Steph@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Why do some files show in blue on the "C" drive in Windows Explorer??
> Steph.
Anonymous
January 20, 2005 2:18:01 PM

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Steph wrote:
> Why do some files show in blue on the "C" drive in Windows Explorer??

Ted Zieglar wrote:
> It could be that your hard disk is so full that your files are not
> getting enough air. But I think you'd be better off by reading
> Shenan's post.

DOH! I forgot about the full hard drive..

Could also be that plastic bag I put over my monitor to keep it clean.. How
long can a file hold its breath? The world may never know. =)

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<- Shenan ->
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The information is provided "as is", it is suggested you research for
yourself before you take any advice - you are the one ultimately
responsible for your actions/problems/solutions. Know what you are
getting into before you jump in with both feet.
Anonymous
January 20, 2005 2:18:02 PM

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The fulll hard drive theory is also interrresting
see my previous post in the group about defrag and weird file names
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"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> Steph wrote:
> > Why do some files show in blue on the "C" drive in Windows Explorer??
>
> Ted Zieglar wrote:
> > It could be that your hard disk is so full that your files are not
> > getting enough air. But I think you'd be better off by reading
> > Shenan's post.
>
> DOH! I forgot about the full hard drive..
>
> Could also be that plastic bag I put over my monitor to keep it clean.. How
> long can a file hold its breath? The world may never know. =)
>
> --
> <- Shenan ->
> --
> The information is provided "as is", it is suggested you research for
> yourself before you take any advice - you are the one ultimately
> responsible for your actions/problems/solutions. Know what you are
> getting into before you jump in with both feet.
>
>
>
!