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Old shortcuts i have also got loads of old shortcuts on my machine that i cannot delete it says this is no longer located in c;etc i have deleted the file but cannot delete the shortcut i just need help on deleting them as they are clogging up my machine thanks

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1.click on start then program then accessories then system tools
then run disk cleanup
2. either find the path of the shortcut and delete them

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