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Exactly What Is This File (\$Extend\$UsrJrnl File)?

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Diskeeper shows \$Extend\$UsrJrnl to be 47 GB with 1000 fragments. Exactly what is this file and how can it be defragged? Can it just be deleted? If so, will it automatically recreate?
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Have a look here to fix the problem:

http://it.megocollector.com/?p=26


The FSUTIL utility is included in Windows so just run it from the command prompt.
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I have followed the above solution and it is accurate for resolution of the problem.
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