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Can I delete X1AHCCP_EN

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#1 itsmecathys


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Posted 14 June 2009 - 08:50 PM

I was cleaning my system and found a folder named "New Folder" on my C:\ I copied it to my external hard drive. I was wondering if it is safe to delete it off my laptop which is XP Porfessional. My desktop is XP Home. From what I understand X1AHCCP_EN is an XP HOME upgrade? When I bought my laptop it had XP on installed and I purchased XP Professional and installed it. (this was back in 2004) The date on the folder in question is 12.6.2004. I'm not sure how this "new Folder got there, I don't remeber. Thanks for any help

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#2 joseibarra


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Posted 14 June 2009 - 09:50 PM

The cautious fellow I am, I would say to copy it off somewhere safe, remove it or rename it, and after you get tired of looking at the saved off copy with some other name and nobody complains about it not being found, delete it.

You did not say if there way anything under there or not. I think it is the XP Home SP1 update, but I am not using HOME so I can't say for sure.

I think anything called "New Folder" means whoever created it never used it or forgot to delete it.

I've got a copy of Windows 2000 (WINNT) on my secondary hard drive (renamed). Someday I really should just whack it!

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