in the same folder you downloaded the MP3 files into.
Of course you need to have your Windows Explorer folders view set to show hidden files and file extensions.
Alternatively you might consider making use of the good old command line.
Open a command prompt by clicking the Start button then Run then typing CMD and either clicking OK or pressing the enter key.
Now type the following commands to ensure you get all of them -
cd \ then press the enter/return key (this takes you to the root of the C drive/partition)
now type del albumart*.jpg /s then press the enter/return key (this will delete all jpg files that begin with albumart in the root of the partition as well as in all sub-directories)
to check type dir albumart*.jpg /s and press the enter/return key (this will list all files beginning with albumart in the root and all sub-directories and should list none - if it does list some it would likely indicate that the hidden attribute is set and the attrib command would be uses to unhide them)
Windows XP w/SP3 IE 7
Compaq Presario SR1550NX
2.40 gigahertz AMD Athlon 64
Memory - 1.37GB of Ram
128 kilobyte primary memory cache
512 kilobyte secondary memory cache
200GB hard drive
I have been seeing some files that show up on my pc -- but only when uploading .jpgs/.gifs to photo storage sites. They are in MY DOCUMENTS folder and are titled as shown below:
I can see the image on the file and it's music pictures of El Divo sining group. When I do a search for the file name, nothing comes up -- even if doing a search for just part of the name nets nothing. I do have the folders options set to show ALL files and hidden files as well.
Does anyone have any idea how I can get rid of these things? I did go into the registry and found an entry called ALBU and one with part of the 1d244f94 number.
I'd sure like to unload them if possible.
Thanks for any help.