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by:TechInNeedmm
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Yes it was for that one.
It was for the following comment:

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Comment from jkr  Date: 03/24/2004 11:15AM PST  
Try http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/source/filemon.shtml to track down which process is writing to your disk.  
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With the help of Filemon, I was able to see inetpub.exe writing to the disk

Thanks again.
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Thank you :o)
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np :)
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