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Somehow a few of my system files have been deleted and I have no virtual memory left,....Can I retrieve them without the Windows installation disk or using system restore? How?

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You can try this Microsoft link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304449
Follow the instructions.

Mike

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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so better you install one good antivirus & let the antivirus detect it & delete them all ....
if possible try giving the search with that filename for all of your hard disk drives & if it searches then delete them all ...(but it will not detect all the files in the hard disk) so it is better to install the antivirus only ...

once you delete all the files there will no problems like slow down of your operating systems etc ....

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this solves your problem ..

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