Posted 07 June 2009 - 04:54 PM
You could simply try deleting .
You won't be able to delete the one that's in use.
Make sure your recycle bin is empty
Try deleting a Windows folder
If you can't delete it make sure you know which it is
Check the recycle bin to make sure nothing has bgeen put in, if it has restore all
Try to delete a different Windows folder.
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