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Old Apr 29, 2002, 11:49 AM
Whophopo Whophopo is offline
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Hi there,

When I did scandisk I got his error.

The allocation chain for 'BOOTLOG.PRV' in the C:\'folder indicates that part of this file or folder is stored in an invalid location. Your computer uses the allocation chain to track where each of your files and folder is stored.

Repair by truncating the file
Delete the affected file
Ignore this error and continue

Does anyone know what the BOOTLOG.PR file is?
Is it something I can just delete?

TIA
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Old Apr 29, 2002, 11:55 AM
Virgin San Virgin San is offline
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Google gave me this from the microsoft pages ...

Bootlog.prv - Previous Windows startup log file

This file records the progress of the previous Windows startup
process. When you request a logged boot (or if Windows performs one
automatically), the previous Bootlog.txt file is renamed to Bootlog.prv
before the new Bootlog.txt file is created

Up to you if you want to delete it now you know what it is.
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