Posted 29 May 2006 - 10:17 PM
The "recovery files" are probably your System Restore files, if you have System Restore enabled, but without a file path, I can't say for sure.
These are protected files.
If you're absolutely positive your system is clean, you can disable it (which will remove all previous Restore Points), reboot, then re-enable it and set a new Restore Point.
If you try to use an old Restore Point, and it was created at the time you were infected, you will re-infect your system.
What it's probably seeing from Ad-Aware, are the Quarantine files.
You can remove these from inside Ad-Aware.
Click the little Padlock icon, on the top, right.
That will open the Quarantine Manager.
Highlight the ones you want to delete, and click the Delete button at the bottom.
I would leave at least, 2 weeks, of quarantined files.
That way if you develop a problem, due to Ad-Aware removing something it shouldn't have, you can remove the file from Quarantine, by selecting it, and clicking the Restore button, at the bottom.
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