Can I delete these 2 8.5 GB files: SBSE____.WRT, SBSE____.P8O?


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There are no .mrimg files on the creation dates of the SBSE____.WRT and SBSE____.P8O files. I've successfully made 2 partition images since their creation dates. Maybe I did something stupid as the creation dates are when I had BAD jet lag. I searched the forum, but none of the results contained 'SBSE' or either of the file extensions.

I'm running Reflect 7 Home Edition (64-bit) v7.2 Build 3957 on Win 7 Home Premium SP 1.
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dancebert - 9 January 2019 2:51 AM
There are no .mrimg files on the creation dates of the SBSE____.WRT and SBSE____.P8O files. I've successfully made 2 partition images since their creation dates. Maybe I did something stupid as the creation dates are when I had BAD jet lag. I searched the forum, but none of the results contained 'SBSE' or either of the file extensions.

I'm running Reflect 7 Home Edition (64-bit) v7.2 Build 3957 on Win 7 Home Premium SP 1.

HI @dancebert

Thanks for posting. These file extensions are not associated with Macrium Reflect. The only pertinent information I can find is that the .wrt file extension could be associated with IBM Writing Assistant​ and I could find no real information on the .p8o file extension.

If these files were resident on volumes that were in a recent backup then they can always be recovered from the backups if you delete them and they are required in the future.

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Chris - 9 January 2019 6:31 AM
dancebert - 9 January 2019 2:51 AM
There are no .mrimg files on the creation dates of the SBSE____.WRT and SBSE____.P8O files. I've successfully made 2 partition images since their creation dates. Maybe I did something stupid as the creation dates are when I had BAD jet lag. I searched the forum, but none of the results contained 'SBSE' or either of the file extensions.

I'm running Reflect 7 Home Edition (64-bit) v7.2 Build 3957 on Win 7 Home Premium SP 1.

HI @dancebert

Thanks for posting. These file extensions are not associated with Macrium Reflect. The only pertinent information I can find is that the .wrt file extension could be associated with IBM Writing Assistant and I could find no real information on the .p8o file extension.

If these files were resident on volumes that were in a recent backup then they can always be recovered from the backups if you delete them and they are required in the future.

Kind regards.

Thanks, and D'oh! I searched only the Macrium forum, not the net. Turns out SBSE____.*** files are temp files that can be left by SyncBack SE error conditions. I use SyncBack SE and remember it locked up Windows twice.
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