Windows 10: Warning about File System Filter 'wcifs' - what is THAT ????

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  1.    31 Aug 2017 #21

    Eaglepi said: View Post
    Is there a way to identify which of my hard drives is "Disk 6" if it is my C drive, I have a SSD HD I just bought and my full version of Win 10 so that addition to my computer will fix my issues I hope. What do you think????
    Run Sysinternals WINOBJ as administrator:

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  2.    31 Aug 2017 #22

    Gordon7 said: View Post
    Steve C, try to run it as elevated CMD (Admin) - Right-click CMD.exe and click on "Run As Admin."

    You will loose all your restore points!
    That's what I did.
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