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Just wondering what type of files they are and if I can get rid of them? Thanks.
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Your computer has to have these files in order to operate. Unless you are trying to repair a major problem and you know what you are doing, I can't think of a reason you would need to delete a .dll file.

If you are trying to free up some memory on your hard drive, I would suggest buying a new HD. Even the big drives are pretty cheap these days. I realize cheap is a vague term and has different meanings for different people. What I am saying is that you can easily go pick up a small drive for less than $50 and have a second HD in your system.

Hope this helps.
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