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Should I Delete These Files?


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Should I delete these files?

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#1 swaMprUnner

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 03:02 PM

I tried that Chkdsk and nothing came up. Well this is what I get at the end of my avast search:

C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\ a long as number \BIT6.temp\mrt.exe CAB archive currupted
C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\ a long as number \BIT6.temp\_sfx_0000._p CAB archive currupted
C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\ a long as number \BIT6.temp\_sfx_0001._p Reached end of file
C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\ a long as number \BIT4D.temp\_sfx_0007._p CAB archive currupted
C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download\ a long as number \BIT4D.temp\_sfx_0010._p Reached end of file

C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\msoe.chm\msoe.hhk CHM archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\msoe.chm\#WINDOWS CHM archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\msoe.chm CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\msoe.hlp CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\msoe50.inf CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\msoe.txt CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\aleabanr.gif CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\amaizrul.gif CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\anabnr2.gif CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\aswrule.gif CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\blank.htm CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\blankbkg.gif CAB archive currupted
C:\WORKSSETUP\MSWORKS\REDIST\IE6\TEMPFILE.CAB\btzhsepa.gif CAB archive currupted

What do you think?

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#2 Juha

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 03:29 PM

In my opinion, I don't think you should conduct a poll in order to decide deleting or not deleting any files.

The best thing is to find out what these files are (from someone who knows), and then see whether you need to delete or not.

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 03:58 PM

TEMPFILE are just temporary files. You can delete those. Did you write that list out or copy/paste? I'm just wondering if it was you that misspelled "corrupted" . Misspelled words in error messages are a clue that something could be amiss
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#4 swaMprUnner

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 04:01 PM

I already posted before and they had me run sfc /scannow and chkdsk this brought back no results of curruption. I also tried to google them and didnt recover really anything. This also lead them to beleive they are not required as they are temp files. And that I should delete them. I am going to make a backup of my reg if I do before I delete them. I just wanted to try to mabye get some more input before I deleted them. So if anyone has any info on them it will be apprecaited.


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Posted 28 April 2008 - 04:02 PM

I typed them. So I can delete them?


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