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At 6:20 PM -0800 1/15/07, Lonni J Friedman wrote:
>On 1/15/07, Matthew Saltzman <[email protected]> wrote:
 ...
>> Typing CTRL-ALT-DEL in Windows brings up a process manager window.  You
>> can browse that and see if you can detect the culprit process.
>
>I tried this, but windows only shows CPU process usage, not disk, and
>there are no offenders anyway.  Any other ideas?

Additional columns for i/o can be enabled in the Processes list.  You could
watch those columns for changes.
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