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Blank Folder on Desktop Relates to Office XP

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Hello, some time ago I was working on my computer, when all of a sudden a folder with no name whatsoever popped up on my desktop and long behold, it would not let me open it like a normal folder would. I recently found out that it was Microsoft's Outlook icon that comes with Office XP (Pro for all I know so far!), and when double-clicked on, it would bring up the Microsoft Office XP Professional window. It will ask for your CD-ROM of Office XP, showing that your installed version is corrupt, and needs some repairs done.

I have seen numerous accounts on people asking what this little folder is, therefore I have created this thread to what I have found the culprit to be.

Thank you
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