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What worked for me with new.net and another file that wouldn't let me, as administrator, delete them was to open the offending file in edit.com and either delete the contents and save it like that, or also I "rem"ed the file by placing a comma at the beginning of the second line and saved it like that. I couldn't even change the properties from read-only before I did this. Later, I went back and deleted the disabled files. I do hate those files that are designed to stay on your hard drive. I look at them the same as a virus.
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Goto the download section and download BC WIPE
Install and right click files and chose delete with wiping. This should work as the program simply overwrites the file several times before deleting it.
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