Help me find and delete fragmented files FGCDIR and DELETEME.0 ?
I have found in my defragmentation reports a bunch of references to files named FGCDIR\xxx (where x is a numeral) and DELETEME.0\xxx. How can I go about removing these from my system?1 person needs an answerI do too
February 25th, 2010 9:53pm
Open Windows Explorer (hit Windows Key + E)Hit CTRL-F to open the Find Files boxType the names of the folders \ file using wildcards like this: FGCDIR\* and DELETEME.0\*When the results are returned hit CTRL-A to select allHit the delete key to delete themThomas Dietrich
March 2nd, 2010 6:11pm
Are you referring to Win XP? I tried to do this, but these directions took me to Search, and the "\" qualifier (?) caused it to reject the search. I am running WinXP Pro SP3. CWF.
March 5th, 2010 7:14pm
Try WIN+F. That should open the Find feature in Windows, where you should just be able to input FGCDIR and / or DELETEME.0 in the box where you are prompted to specify what you are looking for.
March 5th, 2010 10:31pm