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Regarding the weird files...

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Sir in my Windows(C:) there are weird files like $RECycle. bin,$windows.BT,program data,recovery,system volume information,SYSTEM.SAV,BOOTNXT having very weird files,how to solve this.Does it have anything to do with me deleting those SWsetup files.

 

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@Anudeep2

 

I've replied on your original thread below.

 

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Commercial-PC-Software/I-have-unknowingly-deleted-permanently-some-of-t...

 

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Sir regarding the other issue do you mean about the weird file stuff, I tried as you said Sir but i didn't worked.

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@Anudeep2

 

Open windows Control Panel, select the 'File Explorer Options' entry, then select the View tab.

 

Click the radio button next to 'Don't show hidden files, folders and Drives', then click Apply and Ok to save this change.

 

Do you still see the files now?

 

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