If you want to get rid of these files try this
Open a Command Prompt Window via Start | All Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt
Leave the Command Prompt Window open and close all other open programs.
Go to Start | Run and type [taskmgr.exe] in the Open: line. Click OK.
In the Image Name column, highlight [explorer.exe] and click End Process button.
Very Important: Leave Task Manager open and return to the Command Prompt Window
In the Command Prompt window, navigate to the directory that contains the file to be deleted.
At the command prompt type DEL <filename> where <filename> is the file to be deleted.
Return to the open Task Manager window and click File | New Task to open the Create New Task window.
Type ''explorer.exe'' in the Open: line to restart the Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Click the OK button to close Task Manager and complete the operation.
Hopefully this will delete the files. It worked for me.
I recently had my computer worked on by a local "tech". The original problem was an issue with the motherboard, causing the computer to go into a reboot cycle. The tech thought that it might be corrupted Windows. In his endeavor to repair my computer, he apparently was trying to back up some files to my CD drive. Now I am left with system files "stuck" in the temp folder: files waiting to be written to CD. These files cannot be copied, moved or deleted. How can I get rid of these files short of reformatting my hard drive? I am using XP-SP2, chaintech motherboard (new!), Athlon 1800 ghz processor and 40GB harddrive.
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