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Desktop.ini problem I'm using windows vista home premium... lately i find that whenever i put in a cd or dvd... it shows that there are files to be written in Cd/dvd and when i go in i find that the file that is waiting to be written is desktop.ini... even if i delete it everytime i put in a new cd it appears again... and the desktop.ini file is 174 bytes.... i've scanned my system for virus using kaspersky and found none....

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There is no problem frm that file
it's nor virus no anti-virus will not delete it
u can remove it frm un-locker
download it from www.filehippo.com
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I have a Problem about virusses.In each folder contamined desktop.ini.AVG & Kaspersky can`t detect the virusses.Can U` help me to fixthis trouble?

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