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Folder that just will not die!


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speed_triple

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Hi All
I have a little problem that I hope someone can help with. While this problem isn't system threatening, it is seriously getting on my goat!!!! Right her we go:-
A while ago I was making a Mix disc so I created a folder on my desktop to drop all the MP3's I had downloaded etc. Once I had burn't this to disc I dumped the folder and that was that, or so I thoght! Next time I started up my computer it was back. I have now tried renaming it before dumping, puting stuff in it before dumping etc. and every time it's back on the desktop with the original name!!!! Anyone know how I can get rid of it, or do I need an Exorcist, with a bell book and candle?
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Heath :tazz:
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Please reboot into safe mode (continually tap the F8 key while your system is starting, select Safe Mode from the menu). Then try deleting your file...if this doesnt work, download Hijack This and use the MISC TOOLS> DELETE FILE to remove the file
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Ok, sounds like a plan. I'll give it a go.
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Heath
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