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Cant remove temp files using spybot [Closed]


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Rimmer99

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When using spybot i get a message that says 1100+ temporary files are in use and cant be removed. I tried downlosding TFC but first my computer tells me that the file is not commonly downloaded. When i try to continue it tells me that it cant run the program from a temp file. I have tried all the methods available..run in safe mode and to no avail.

Please any help on this will be greatly appreciated.
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No that didnt work. I am not that computer savy so how would i get the live cd or how is it used.

Any help in this area wouyld be great.
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Thanks i will give it a try.
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Rimmer99, disregard the prior advice you have been given. The person who posted is not approved to provide any form of Anti-Malware assistance what so ever in Geeks to Go.

Now if you still require assistance merely inform myself via a reply back in this topic and also include which Operating System your machine has. :)
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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