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back-up files?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by beyonder527, Apr 12, 2004.

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  1. beyonder527

    beyonder527 Thread Starter

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    Now that Mr. Flrman1 has guided me thru a removal process I'd like
    to know how to place these back-up files that r lingering on my desktop
    menu to their proper place. Do I click on them individually or what would b
    the easiest task ? Thanks in advance. ;)
     
  2. Moby

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    For the majority of us who missed the removal process that Flrman no doubt guided you through very well, you'll have to either
    a - tell us what files you're talking about
    b - give us a link to that thread
    c - ask this question in the thread it relates to
    :)
     
  3. beyonder527

    beyonder527 Thread Starter

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    :cool: Very well Moby;
    I'm just a rook trying to advance toward saviness. All I can tell ya is that these 15 files begin w/ the # 411 & 412. The thread is on page 4
    on this forum, subject : Invasion help! originally replied to by ( Cookiegal ) & moved to security where Flrman1 expeditiously took over from there, no doubt, I agree, a very effective and excellent job. (y)
     
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  5. beyonder527

    beyonder527 Thread Starter

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    That is correct, they r on my screen at start-up. Do I really need them? Can I move them somewhere else? To b honest w/ u I don't use this PC for anything other than EMail, browsing, researching info., & rarely, games. So, I don't really use any files or folders that r available. ;)
     
  6. Moby

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    You can move them somewhere else, anywhere else, or if you're happy that you won't need them again and your problem is solved, you can delete them.
     
  7. beyonder527

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    Very well, thanks to you all, the good lord bless you and yours. (y)
     
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