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Undeletable files cluttering memory

In the past few days I have ended up with very little memory available. Just after starting up, with no applications launched I have 29MB of storage memory in use. Usually that used to be about 11 to 15MB.
I notice that there are 7 files whose name all begin with "MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft" each one 2.71MB in size.
I've had this happen before and I would just delete them and everything would be fine.
However this time I am finding it impossible to delete them. Each time I try it tells me that 'There has been a sharing violation. The source or destination file may be in use'

Something else possibly related is that lately on various occasions people have told me that they sent me text messages and even received the delivery confirmation report but I would not find the message.

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  • Lister6520 Jul 26, 2008

    Doesn't seem to be the case last time I installed or removed anything was almost a year ago.
    Also, I had noticed this problem even when it was almost brand new and before I installed anything. I mean I used to see those same files but the difference was that I could delete them.
    I think it is Outlook that is creating them. The full names are:
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft Broadcast Message SMS Protocol (Receive Only)
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft Notification SMS Protocol (Receive Only)
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft Raw SMS Protocol (Receive Only)
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft Status Message SMS Protocol (Receive Only)
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft Text SMS Protocol
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft WCMP SMS Protocol
    MsgQueueDataFileMicrosoft WDP SMS Protocol

    If i restart the PDA the timestamp on all these files will be updated to that time, suggesting that the files are created or updated by some process running during the startup.


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May be u installed any software and deleted it without using proper uninstalling process, b'coz some files share the main software files.or there can be a possibility of virus.
if u find which software u deleted abnormally, install it and uninstall it properly.

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