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Unknown Folder

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tatar, Jul 29, 2010.

  1. tatar

    tatar Flightless Bird

    I have C: Boot partition and D: partition for my Data files.
    In my Data Partition I have an folder named 92fbacf3222aa094933a5d.
    When I open it, it has two folders AMD and i386. They both have 7 similar
    files, ddl, inf, ppd, cat and gpd.
    What is it doing in my data drive? Should it not be in Boot drive. It is
    possible that during archive etc I have moved it myself.
    Should I try to put it in C: drive and in which folder.
     
  2. ruic

    ruic Flightless Bird

    This folder is the remains of some windows update. I can probably just
    delete it if you have the proper security settings.


    Rui



    "tatar" <afe@ersoy.co.uk> wrote in message
    news:%234uiWhxLLHA.5700@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    >I have C: Boot partition and D: partition for my Data files.
    > In my Data Partition I have an folder named 92fbacf3222aa094933a5d.
    > When I open it, it has two folders AMD and i386. They both have 7 similar
    > files, ddl, inf, ppd, cat and gpd.
    > What is it doing in my data drive? Should it not be in Boot drive. It is
    > possible that during archive etc I have moved it myself.
    > Should I try to put it in C: drive and in which folder.
    >
    >
     
  3. Twayne

    Twayne Flightless Bird

    In news:%234uiWhxLLHA.5700@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl,
    tatar <afe@ersoy.co.uk> typed:
    > I have C: Boot partition and D: partition for my Data files.
    > In my Data Partition I have an folder named
    > 92fbacf3222aa094933a5d. When I open it, it has two folders AMD and i386.
    > They both
    > have 7 similar files, ddl, inf, ppd, cat and gpd.
    > What is it doing in my data drive? Should it not be in Boot
    > drive. It is possible that during archive etc I have moved
    > it myself. Should I try to put it in C: drive and in which folder.


    No, just delete it or copy it to a CD/DVD if you're worried. If it's needed
    on your boot drive, it's already been recreated there and probably has a
    totally different number; they are random numbers.

    HTH,

    Twayne`
     

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