delete it from a command prompt using a "wildcard".
Can you tell us the EXACT path to the file AND the filename? I am asking this because some directories you may not have permissions that allow file deletion and also there are some names that are protected like COM or LPT
Alternatively you could boot a Linux Live CD and delete it from Linux. You could also probably delete it from the Windows Recovery Environment.
Dell Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E7500 Computer
Inspirion 545s 00
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
750GB Hard Drive
Wireless N Networking
I have a file on my computer that was at one time a .jpg file. I renamed that file and my hand slipped creating a typo of some kind, and it came back without any extension in the file name. The file is in a folder in My Documents.
I've tried renaming it to a .jpg file. I have used utilities such as revo uninstaller, CCleanr, and cannot find anyway to remove a folder or file. How can one do that?
The file has been there for a couple of years now and it's not causing any harm - that I know of; however, I'd still like to get it off the pc if that is possible. If not, I'll live with it and just leave well enough alone.
Thanks for any help.