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Strange Files on Vista Hard Drive


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#1 Jamiee :)

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 06:14 AM

Heey :B

I am questioning whether to delete some files on my computers hard drive;
I have attached a screenshot of the drive,
and was wondering if you could determine what they are from and If I can delete them :huh:
Apparantly they are from C++ 2008 Or something :L
(see screenshot-2)

I am quite computer literate , and have discovered that the Install Shield setup.exe is
A BT Voyager USB Wireless Adaptor , The driver installer , which I needed for another computer :B

Also , does anyone have any tips to make Vista faster ?
My computer did not come with a restore disc , and it is getting very slow :huh:
I have included a hardware report if it helps :huh:
If you need anything else , just ask and I will provide you with it :huh:

Many Thanks (:
Jamieee

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#2 cryptodan

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 08:12 AM

Seems to me you extracted the Wireless Card Drivers to the C:\ and thats that, and the second image those are not malicious they are needed by some programs to function properly.




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