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Remove files but keep selected files


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#1 amyl

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 12:44 PM

I re-read the slow comp troubleshooting checklist for Windows 2000 (I have done all of these steps of removing files and malware etc... to my own comp). I am helping a friend remove some her files because comp is toooooo slow upon start up.

When I did all of these steps on my comp it also removed some of my programs that I wanted to keep such as: CD and DVD burner and some others. Luckily I had the cd's that came with my comp.

My friend doesn't have her cd's so is there a way to select files that you don't want to be removed? (In easy terms so that even I can understand)? lol

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Posted 04 January 2009 - 03:24 PM

There are free (and much better) programs offered here:
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