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jmelendez86

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I tried downloading a camera and it didnt work so when I tried deleting the file it wont let me...how can I get rid of it? It tells me that access is denied.
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Leurgy

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That usually means the file is in use. Go to Start>Run and type in msconfig. Under the Startup tab look for the camera program and uncheck it.

What is your Operating System?
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windows xp.....i cant find the driver
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I have trouble deleting files too the msconfig didn't work for me.
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its not workin for me either
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try this, start in safe mode and then once in windows delete files :tazz:

*note*
make sure that what you're deleting is not going to mess your system up

also after sucessful delete, reboot windows and run a scan of the regedit so that it can be cleaned up
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