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lakititi

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I guess this is a pretty dumb question, but I gotta ask it anyway. I'm not very computer literate, and I was playing around with my computer one day and noticed that on my C: there were a bunch of folders whose names were very unfamiliar to me and the names were very long and alphanumeric
example: c:\01eac0bcdd046da8710e
c:\6990ee124461f9f4f48fe7c027679d2a
they were all read-only and there all had a subfolder named sp1 that when I try to open, it gives me an access denied error. I do not know if this is normal and I hope you guys can enlighten me.

Thanks,
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dsenette

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that's the folder that was used when you downloaded and installed service pack one for xp...
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Thanks for the quick response. I knew it was something easy.
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