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Windows XP computer with current patches.  For some time now, when
doing a defrag of the C: drive, the report at the end advises that
file C:\windows\system\winmgjd.dll is fragmented in three parts &
cannot be moved.  I cannot find this file on my system.  I cannot find
any reference to this file on or by google.

Does anyone know how to look for what appears to be a super-hidden
file?  Has anyone heard of this file?  

Re: winmgjd.dll

Ken Ward wrote:
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Could be:

- you being unable to change the attributes of this file, not being able
to configure explorer or using the 'dir' command
- filesystem error (did you run chkdsk in before?)
- cloaking

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If this file doesn't belong to any software package you installed or
Windows itself (clearly not), then your system has been compromised. If
you want to do some forensics, make a backup of that partition and keep
it somewhere. Then flatten and rebuild.

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Super-hidden files are usually attributes with $, are inside the
namespace $MFT and limited to some very few predefined ones.

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