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Ntuser (video cd movie) file cannot be opened or deleted

Hi Cheeb, I am having trouble opening (This file may be corrupted or...), or deleting this file (this file cannot be deleted as it is being used by another person or program). I would like to point out that this is not the ntuser.dat file found in cookies which i know is a registry file and should not be deleted.

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Hai,
U please try to rename the file. if its not working, reboot the system to safe mode and try to delete, u will succeed.
good luck
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