...there was a response to your other post.. Did you read it in regards to posting specific information?
Just a thought.. please try booting to safe mode, then use a command prompt and commands to copy the file to another location.. Once you're sure it's been copied correctly, then use the same command prompt to delete the problem file. If not from Safe Mode with commands, then try booting with the XP cd and use the Recovery Console to copy and paste the file to another location.
It appears like you have found a file named: "msxml4-KB927978-enu.log" file.. Generally, the directory//folder which contains that file is named something like: "C:\9e4afb9d014d8c71a4eeebcaf10499" or something similar with a log to alpha-numeric characters. (If it's not at the path above, please tell us.) It was created during the installation of a previous "Msxml 4" Windows Update with the KB number in the file.. I've never had problems deleting the .log file or the entire directory..
Hope this helps.
I am new to these forums and this makes the third time I have posted this message. Hopefully, I have gotten it right this time !
I was moving a Word document and accidentally dropped it in a directory with the above file in it. Now I cannot access, copy, open or anything else to the document. This document contains important information and would be very hard to recreate.
I have tried booting up in safe mode and even tried booting with a non-system disk, but I still can't access this file. Is there any way I can gain access to this file again?