|20 Aug 2012||#2|
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You should be able to search (slower) with indxing turned off. Better yet, you can modify indexing to only search in specific places/for specific things. If you disabled windows search service, I don't know if you are able to search still. You should only need to deselect the harddrive/folders/files that you do not want to index.
Go to indexing options>modify to find where you can disable searching for specific things.
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