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All the best, Phil. Thx. ~rx #1 rastamanx, Nov 25, 2010 Mike Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium SupporterJoined:Jul 22, 2005Messages:8,484Likes Received:780 Must you absolutely index the entire C: drive? Just took forever to find.