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Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by joebloggit, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. joebloggit

    joebloggit Banned Thread Starter

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    helo people...does anyone have any idea as to how i delete this(is it safe to also)...everytime i run a defrag or scan it shows up and its loaded to the hilt yet i cant find it anywhere..recently reinstalled vista home premium via windows,so i had windows old used the bits i needed then shredded it but i cant for the life of find this directory...theres some big programmes in this directory also..(poser 8 etc) and it slows defrags etc..many thnks....
     
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    i hope no one else runs into this....its been a fker.....
     
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    I know little about it except that it (Poser) is an animation program. It should be sitting in your program files. You may have accidentally transferred it from Windows.old?
    Otherwise, but unlikely, try looking under Users - username - Appdata - Roaming
     
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    thanks for that..it was poser 8...and it was from windows old...i did a reinstall and somehow it went wrong,since then i had all sorts of bugs, the worst one was after using tuneup shredder to clear out junk in the bin it shredded evrything in my pictures folder as well...!!..so ive done a clean reinstall.....incidentaly.i found all the poser files deleted it but i kept coming back...empty...but it just wouldnt go....wierd..!
     
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