sometimes that can happen on registered files. only way to remove them is go into a command prompt (yes, u may need a boot disk), unregister it, then remove it from safe mode. Also a registry search for the file and the program it was associated to will sometimes allow u to remove it, 'course only do this if you know what your doing or you'll screw things up big time.
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