I've got a machine running Windows 2000 Server, with a 111GB hard drive, showing 14.5 GB free through windows. However, when I sum the sizes of the folders/files on the drive, it comes up with 35GB used, which means 76GB should be free. I get the same total when using DISKData (http://www.digallery.com/diskdata
Here are the steps I've already taken:
- Changed options to show system and hidden files
- Run Norton Disk Utilities and encountered no errors
- Emptied recycle bin, cleared temp files, etc
- Run a virus scan using an updated McAffee Antivirus
- Downloaded and ran LADS.exe (a program to check for files containing ADS, alternate data streams) and found only 14meg in ADS on my system
- Defragmented the drive...
When I defragmented the drive I noticed some of the most fragmented files were things in /System Volume Information/_Tracking/DivX
They were all french DVDRips...which should NOT be there because this is a US college server. When I browse to the System Volume Information folder, all I can see is a file called "tracking.log" which is 20KB. So this computer may have been hijacked, but how can I delete all this data??