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When opening a hard drive I am getting a warning regarding lhgjyit0.ddl. I tried locating the file on Local SettingsTemplhgjyit0.ddl but it is not there. I also tried to show hidden files and folders but still no result...Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Try turning on the "show SYSTEM files" option in the folder views. Right inderneath the show hidden files.
Also, you might be looking in the wrong places. It sounds like a virus or part of one. Could be hidden almsot anywhere. Could even be created by another process on bootup so the file is really only a "virual" file.
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