|I tried the screen recording program HyperCam 2 the other day, but I had the resolution and frame rate set high, and while it was recording, the computer slowed down so much that I had to press CTRL-ALT-DEL to bring up the task manager and kill HyperCam 2.|
HyperCam 2 created 4 .AVI files in the My Documents folder. I wanted to delete them, but every time the cursor moved over just one of the .AVI files to select it, I would get the error "Windows Explorer has caused an error and needs to close.".
Eventually, it worked long enough that I managed to delete 3 of the 4 .AVI files before Explorer crashed again.
I want to delete this last .AVI file, but every time a move the cursor over it, or right click on it, Explorer crashes and I get the error message.
I have also tried deleting the file in safe mode. Same thing.
A free Panda Active Scan found 40 or so infected files, so I currently have Avast 4.8 running a Thorough scan on the hard disk.
If anyone knows why Explorer is continually crashing when trying to delete this one file, I would be appreciative!
Thanks in advance,
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