Three temporary files

Discussion in 'Other Acronis Products' started by mesnkc, Feb 4, 2006.

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  1. mesnkc

    mesnkc Registered Member

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    This has probably been covered before but bare with me. Temporary files wizard skips these files JET7290.tmp, JETF0DA.tmp and ~DF165A.tmp and will not delete them. I'm almost sure they belong to one of the Acronis apps. Does anyone know what they are? Some research suggests the JETs are keystroke loggers. :eek:

    In addition there are quite a few files skipped (and unidentified) in prefetch, any clues?:cautious:
     
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    It can't delete them because Windows is using them and they are exclusively locked by the OS and incidentally by the CPU at a binary flag level.

    The JET files are produced by the Micorsoft JET database engine, normally actioned by active X instantiations.

    If you are using XP, then in IE you can delete or disable all your active X components. If you disable, then you normally get a warning that the site requires active X and the site may or maynot work correctly.

    If you delete, then they will normally be re-installed.

    Colin
     
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