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Old 05-26-2007, 11:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I cant seem to delete an AVI file I have on my harddrive, it's about 13GB. Anybody have a good free program or other idea?

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reboot in safe mode, log in to administrator, located and delete file
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using Shift + Delete of Course.

Or you can use hijackthis delete on reboot feature.
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shift-delete doesnt always work
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No, but I ment while he was also in Safe Mode.
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Oh im sorry, misunderstood you, my apologies
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CFi ShellToys > Shell Extensions > Delete On Reboot

PC Hell: How to Delete Undeletable Files in Windows

Add "Delete on Reboot" to Right Click Menu - SpeedGuide.net Broadband Community
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