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Deleting Inaccessible Files

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Kids in their profile used some Lime Wire application. When I went to log on to my account Windows created a whole new profile under \TEMP. My profile was corrupted. I could not even as an Administrator getto the old profile. Kept getting Access Denied messages. I used UNLOCKER where I was able to copy what I need into inot a new profile. I then went to remove the Old corrupted account. Though it was successful it left the old file folder. wnating to get rid of this folder for good I found again I could not delete it receiving the Acess denied messages. Using Unlocker again I was able to delete all but three subfolders. At this point I am unable to delete the parent folder and the three subfolders in that i still recieve the Access Denied message or even with using Unlocker.

What else can I do to take control pf theses and delete them?... Boy I miss DOS.

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Tell me about it.

I know Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware has an application called FileASSASSAIN. I haven't used it, but maybe it might help.
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