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June 10, 2010 22:04 AVG Log Files That Are Fragmented #92633
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cycling50aday

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i have muti avg log files that are fragmented and will not defrag
list as follows
AVGwd.log 46 fragments 898 kb
AVGcore.log 18 fragments 69 kb
AVGsched.log 11 fragments 570 kb
AVGrs.log 8 fragments 271 kb
AVGns.log 7 fragments 27 kb
wondering if i can just delete them or is there another way to fix this problum
i use the piriform defraggler
my second question is why did i just have to give u my password to my email to type this to you!!?? angry its ok i made the email account just for this anyways :P laughing
June 10, 2010 22:14 Re: AVG Log Files That Are Fragmented #92635
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BIG AL 43

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You've posted in the 'AVG 8.0 Free Edition' forum area. Is this correct or a mistake?....

Please provide us more information about your system so that we may have it to base our suggestions on, see What information should I include?.


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June 10, 2010 22:23 Re: AVG Log Files That Are Fragmented #92637
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operating system is windows xp professional version 5.1.2600 service pack 3
avg 8.5.437

it was working great for a long time this just started yesterday
June 11, 2010 06:52 Re: AVG Log Files That Are Fragmented #92673
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Hi cycling50aday,

to your second question:
We were not asking you (during registration) for password of your email address account, but for the AVG Account used to login to AVG Free Forum. These passwords could be different smile

Else these fragmented files should have no impact on computer performance. Defragmentation is probably not possible as they are very often used and accessed (written into) by AVG processes.

You could check defragmentation in Windows safe mode.

These files are needed (requested) only in case of further analysis by AVG technical support in case of some application issues. Else they could be removed.

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