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[Moved Topic] RECYCLER Fix


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LWilson

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Hi All.

I am completely new to this.

In an effort to remove Dc371.exe ( a hidden file that was marked as a virus by bitdefender). This Dc371.exe file
was originally related to a file named ix276j.exe.

I think I managed
to delete it using some command line commands ) , I also messed up c:\RECYCLER. Current symptoms are that when
I try to empty the recycle bin, the system asks, "Do you want to delete WINDOWS?" I certainly do not want
to answer yes to this.

If this is not the correct place to post this please make recommendation.

Thanks,

Linn
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Facedown98

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Hi, LWilson and welcome to Geeks to Go!

I feel that your question will not get the proper attention in this forum. Please post your question in the Windows forum.
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Welcome to geeks to go, Good luck on that problem.
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This topic has been moved from the Introductions Forum
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