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ardie flores

ardie flores

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Hi, Im a new member here.
How can I remove the activex cache folder in my desktop. iI do not how it got there. I've been looking for the source of it but with no luck.
kindly help me in removing this.
Thank you

Edited by ardie flores, 17 May 2008 - 09:26 AM.

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Have you tried deleting?

What's the purpose of this folder?


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