0, 7, S, 3, and Y
well i have these files... called 0, 3, S, 7, and Y. No extension, and they "don't exist" according to windows.... yet they are in the explorer window.....
so i used unlocker to unlock the files, and delete them... but got an error saying the file specified cannot be located. The same error i get when i type in "del a" in command prompt.
but one of the files, S, has some couple hundred processes (the others just had one process). I've never seen these files before, and they are over 2gb's EACH... which is really messing up my partitioning and installation of programs (my creative files just got overwritten to make room for these stupid things....).
I just fixed my memory, i had some kind of issue with it and kept on getting the BSOD on startup. Also, i just reformatted my C hard drive (but not D (data), P (programs), or G (games)) and did kind of a butchered installation of windows (the memory error/leak was making it so that only 1/2 of the files would copy during installation, and then i retried it later with my extra patriot memory).
So my question is, how can i make these files go away safely? because if i "delete" them, they come back on start-up... or give me the BSOD
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