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Posted on 2011-03-07
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I have a problem with my C: drive out of disk space because of Systemindex.CRWL192.gthr. I saw on one of your forms that said you could kill this process but I’m not sure how to do it also could I delete this file ?
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Press Ctrl+Alt+Del and start Task Manager. There find Processes tab. See there which of the processes eating most of resources. Most possibly you could find this one there by name Systemindex - right click on it - close.
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