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Can not delete a file

IN windows 7 in my favourite folder I have a file named gardening I can not delete this file I get a message no longer located in C:users/favorites. Verify the items location and try again. I used the search function to locate the file but once I find it there and try to delete it I get the same message. please reply to apfeffe@zoomtown.com

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Favorites is only a link, you cand del this (use the mouse right butom to delete-it)

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The preferences file will be in the User\AppData folder.
C:\Users\ your user name\AppData\ Local\Quark\QuarkXPress 7 is the location in Vista with version 7 and it should have a similar location in Windows 7.

C:\Users\ your user name\AppData\ Local\Quark\QuarkXPress 9 is likely. (AppData has 3 folders - Local, Local Low and Roaming.)

You should not delete the folder. Instead rename it. Right click on the folder and select Rename. Then name it
old_QuarkXPress 9.

This could be a hidden file. If you click Start and then enter Show hidden folders. Then put the bullet on Show hidden files, folders and drives. Then click Apply and OK.

If moving the AppData location to another folder doesn't solve the problem, check if there is a Preferences file in the Program Files folder (
C:\ Program Files\ Quark\ QuarkXPress 7.x for the old version.) If the new version is built for the 64-bit OS, it might be in the x64 Program File folder. Again rename the file if it is in that directory.

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C:\WINDOWS\system32\Tools\DelFolders"exe


It is said that this file "DelFolders.exe" is actually installed with an EliteGroup Motherboard Driver and it's not important in a Windows system and there's no harm either. The main problem with error you are getting is that, this folder might have been actually deleted or has been moved or something like that. There are several options to disable this error.

First from the All Programs, I can't make this specific since you didn't mention the Motherboard model/brand and the Operating System installed on your computer, this demonstration is for windows xp, I hope you will be able to do the same in windows vista or windows 7. Click "start", navigate through the names of the installed programs and locate "reboot.exe", once it's found, delete the file. You can also search the file "reboot.exe" and delete it, this annoying message will no longer pop once your system is restarted.

Another tip, open registry editor by typing in "regedit" in the run box (start search box in vista and 7) and locate this entry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/RunOnce and delete the "RunOnce" folder (right-click and select delete, then "Ok")

It's like this,
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
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Once it's deleted, restart your computer. These are the two common fixes. I don't mean that you should do both, but if the first one didn't help, try with the second method.

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I'm using Microsoft Outlook. I have 2 messages in the outbox that have a huge attachment using power point. The attachment is too large to send. MS Outlook will not delete the two messages. It ignores...


Open the outlook, disable the lan connection or you can set the Outlook to Offline (click File > Work Offline, but don't forget to re-set it online after you are done). After you are done, right-click the file to be deleted while you press the Shift Key on the keyboard and select "Delete".

If the first step doesn't work, then move it to another folder (create a new folder) and delete the folder after you are done. (don't forget to do this in Offline mode or with disabled lan).

Again, you can try deleting the file directly from the folder. Open My computer, go to C drive as shown below (Note: User Name = Your current username on your computer):
Close the outlook and do this;

1. Windows xp:
C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook


2. Windows Vista/7
C:\C:\Users\User Name\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook
Locate the file name "outlook", must be the largest file, delete it and open your outlook. All the inbox will re-sync with your email, but your problem will be fixed.

If you need further help, let me know.

Good luck.

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I use msn Explorer as my Browser and email. I can also use internet explorer but prefer msn explorer. my Favorites (MSN6) File is corrupted. I have called msn to correct the problem and they cannot delete...


Click Start
Click Run
Type CMD
Press ENTER
Type CD \
Press ENTER
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You should see your "favourites" file, and maybe a few others.

Enter CD ..
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Press ENTER
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