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I have Windows XP SP3. I had a software called WindowBlinds. And after I had uninstalled WindowBlinds, some 25 50MB files were left, and everytime when I try to delete them, I get the message: "Cannot delete. Cannot read from the source file or disk." I already tried a registry cleaner, and it didn't work. I had even tried RegistryBooster, and I have to pay for it. Is there any free registry cleaner that can completely remove those files? Thank you.

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