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    I hope this is nothing, but a recent look at my system through the windows explorer showed the c: drive header ( SQ...P01 (C) in hyperlink blue.

    It has always been black, like all the other directory headers still are.

    Does this mean anything, like a virus?

    Thanks.

    Neal

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    [quote name='NealNYC' post='765687' date='16-Mar-2009 15:37'][/quote]

    Blue means a compressed folder/file. Green means an encrypted file.

    See How To Use File Compression in Windows XP for more information.

    Joe

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    Ah ha!

    Thanks.

    That is a relief.

    Neal

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