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How to track where a file came from?


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#1 pounded clown

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Posted 21 March 2010 - 11:54 PM

I was hit with a nasty malware program which was removed by an online tech thru Verizon removed but have had some weird problems. My computer has a C,D,E drives the C is the main drive which us Windows XP Pro, D has patches for it and E was left blank for Vista which I never installed. however either by something I did to get a the computer to a working state so that the Verizon Tech could work on it or something the tech did but I noticed several days later on the tech was finished that they're were class id files in my E drive when it should be blank. It 's not super crucial because I plan to wipe and reinstall Windows XP Pro or Vista, but was wondering if there's a way to put these files back where they belong...like a history of where they came from or something. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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