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demondog

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;) :) :) :) :) :) :) :help: :help: :help: :help: please hlep me and reply to my other posts maybe please ;)
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Two options for deleting INDEX.DAT files:

1. Download "Tracks Eraser Pro" which overwrites INDEX.DAT files from within Windows.

2. boot into DOS and use the DEL command to delete them. Windows will
create new one which doesn't contain any personal data. This method requires that you know where the files are located, and how to navigate to the correct folder using only the keyboard. But it definitely works.
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can you please give me the link??? thank you
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http://www.acesoft.net/

google is your friend
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