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Hi ..
This is my first post at Geeks... I like the site so far. Very welcoming.

I am doing some system clean up and I can't find out what these weird folder names of 30 hex characters are.
There is one on my F: drive with 6 Megs in it.
The folder name is: b6480e36c2986c29228152d93366ac
It has 2 sub folders:

Sounds like processors.
My system is a P4.

What do you think this is ?
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