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    Hi

    I've defragged my HD and 1 file could not be defragged. It lives in C: root
    directory and is called logmon.log. It wouldn't be a problem, if it didn't
    consume 3.5GB of my 60 GB Laptop HD!!!

    Anybody know what this file is, and is it safe to delete?

    Thanks

    enquirer



  2. Re: logmon.log


    The file is most likely created by Belkin wireless print server software. You can remove it, and any other log files in you root directory, without causing any problems. You might have to log on as administrator in safe mode to remove it.

    enquirer wrote:
    >
    > Hi
    >
    > I've defragged my HD and 1 file could not be defragged. It lives in C: root
    > directory and is called logmon.log. It wouldn't be a problem, if it didn't
    > consume 3.5GB of my 60 GB Laptop HD!!!
    >
    > Anybody know what this file is, and is it safe to delete?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > enquirer


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