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#1 DaniB

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Posted 06 October 2009 - 08:37 AM

Hello everyone,

Please help.

Yesterday I booted up my PC to find a folder called 'ServicePackFiles' on my desktop; I have done a search of the c:drive and it appears this is the only copy on my system.

The folder contains subfolders called 'i386 'and 'ServicePackCache'.

I have tried to track where it has moved from to replace it - with no joy.

Can anyone please tell me where it came from and how to move it back please?

Last night I did a system restore to the 4th October (The last date that it was not there) and it appeared????

The only updates since the 4th have been from AVG my antiVirus.

Can somebody please help?

Many thanks,

d.

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#2 DaniB

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Posted 06 October 2009 - 11:28 AM

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Thanks for looking though!

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