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I can't delete aol in my common files and can't delete aolload & loadppdata.dil in my program files ..it says i need permission..i have windows vista home basic..

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Hello there your computer might be going through a phase or has an undetected virus all you have to do is restore it to an earlier time before that problem occurred. If you don't know how this is how you do it. You press "Start" then "help and support" then "undo changes to your computer with system restore" then "restore my computer to an earlier time" then choose a date before your computer had this problem. BUT YOU MUST REMEMBER ONE THING! YOU SHOULD HAVE BACKUP FILES TO DO THIS! Just in case the computer deletes some important work that has been in it for ages. But if you are already in this mess just follow the same steps until you see "undo the changes of my last restoration".

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& loadpp data.dil :

write the above file name on search button and find out the file in box and try to delete by pressing key board button .. before doing this please clear everything from temp file in C;\windows

thanks

Posted on May 21, 2008

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In some rare instances, it may be necessary to remove all traces of iTunes, QuickTime, and related software components from your computer before reinstalling iTunes.
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