Posted 02 January 2010 - 04:11 PM
Okay, heres the story from the beginning.
I have been trying to access various files from an 11 year old game. I decided to explore a program called playuv.exe which i believe is for playing in-game movies outside of the game (its in a folder called movies). I just ran it, a cmd window opened and some text zoomed by. I presumed it to be a "how to use" describing the different flags. So i opened cmd, ran it and rerouted the output to another file, a .txt file, using the > symbol. But i made a mistake, i wrote .exe instead of .txt. No biggy i thought, il erase it later, so i changed it to .txt, it worked and i read through the results. But when i wanted to delete the .exe file it said that some other program was using it. deleting from cmd gave the same results. How do i remove it? Note that its not a real program file, since its not compiled. its just plaintext in a .exe file.
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