I was recently hit with some virus/malware that I have deleted via MalwareBytes, but MSE would not function, with anything in the main MSE folder being clicked on telling me that it isn't accessible by the system. After trying to uninstall/remove MSE, the files would not delete. I was dinking around the internet, looking for a solution and I found a tip that that main folder could be renamed, so I did that, and reinstalled a fresh copy of MSE under the previous file folder name that it would normally go into. It works. Seemingly, MSE is working properly, and I don't think there are any other specific functionality problems with my PC, but I still can't delete some of the stuff in that folder, or that folder itself. With CMD I was able to use "del" to remove all of the individual files, but the 4 folders "Antimalware" - "Backup" - "Drivers" and "en-us" are still not accessible. In "dir" under a command prompt, they are NOT listed as <DIR>, rather they are <JUNCTION>. I have tried to use "Junction v1.06" to get rid of them with the -d command, but it is either not effective, or I am not clear on exactly what I am supposed to be typing in the command. I don't remember what I used, but I remember some log telling me that they were each a "SYMBOLIC LINK". I don't know if that is distinct from a junction or not, or if that is the reason that the junction removal is not working on it. As I said, my PC SEEMS to be ok, but I am on it constantly and need it to function reliably, and I am a bit disconcerted by the fact that that stuff is still on here, and I can't get rid of it. I am concerned that there is still a problem with my system, or that one might arise any minute. I have Windows XP. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated, and I will do my best to clarify the circumstance or provide additional information as needed. Thanks in advance.