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Posted on 2011-09-30
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I have a Windows 7 Professional desktop that is creating a bo_dump.txt file in the C:\Temp directory.  The only data in the document is "WaitForSingleObject" return value 258.  Does anyone know of a way to track the source of this file?
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Have you notices if the modified date changes often, or if it recreates often when deleted?

If it happens often enough, Process Explorer could easily be used to run in the background, and when you see it, search for it....

If yo try and delete it are you denied access to it? If so, it should have a handle to it easily found in process explorer above....

http://live.sysinternals.com/procexp.exe
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It seems to update every couple of hours, however I have been able to find no rhyme or reason as to when.  I will load Process Explorer and see what I can find, however I won't have the chance until Monday to test it.

Thanks for the reply!
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This appears to be comming from Solidworks.
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