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Defragmentation - Memory Dump

By MarkittyMayhem
Jan 11, 2006
  1. I keep getting a blue screen that says Windows has shut down for safety reasons and something else about a memory cache dump.

    I've dumped everything I can, temp files, compressed old files, gotten rid of stuff I'll no longer use and went to defragment. My system is now running at 76%, which is fine, but when I review the report there are a lot of files not being defragmented and they all exist here: \Program Files\Wineries\Cache which, ironically, I can not find anywhere on my computer, nor does Google have any references to it besides where I can get a good bottle of wine.

    Any help out there guys and gals?

    It would be much appreciated.

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