|I have seen this before. You will need to open the command prompt with administrator rights. To do this:|
Start >> type cmd in the search box and right click CMD in programs list when it appears and select "run as administrator"
If you did it right when you opened command prompt it should have taken you to the c:\windows\system32 folder instead of the c:\ folder.
You will navigate to the folder the file you want to delete is in. You will use the change directory command and will look something like this but use the path to the temp file. I am just guessing which temo file its in..
cd \Users\yourusername\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files
once you are in the temp folder run the following attribute command:
ATTRIB -R -A -S -H *.* <enter> (I hope I remember this correctly, been a long time)
ATTRIB(SPACE)-R(SPACE)-H(SPACE)*.* (use all attribute letters listed)
next type in:
dir | more <enter> (click the space bar to forward 1 page at a time)
do you see it listed .. if so
del *.* <enter> (this will delete all files in that folder but thats ok because these are temp files anyway).
do a list again:
dir | more <enter> (is it still there?)
If it is, we will use a program called avenger by swandog46 to remove it but try the the way above first.
Note: to find the path to your temp internet files .. open Internet Options >> under General (tab) >> Browsing History >> Settings >> View Files .. the path will be lised in the adress bar ,, click on an empty spot in address bar and you will get the full path.... :)
Allot here to absorb .. good luck