MCE0000n folders and sqlite_ files

Posted: 01-24-2009, 06:42 PM
In my Windows\Temp files I find hundreds of empty folders with names of the
form MCE0000n and also hundreds of 1 KB files with names of the form
sqlite_dwdr7fwAICmgvIwrb. They're created by the dozens every day. How can I
find out what's creating them, how to stop it or at least how to delete them
en masse?

Bobbi


MCE0000n folders and sqlite_ files


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Re: MCE0000n folders and sqlite_ files
Posted: 01-25-2009, 03:17 PM
On Sat, 24 Jan 2009 10:42:55 -0800, "Bobbi" <bobbi@example.invalid>
wrote:
>In my Windows\Temp files I find hundreds of empty folders with names of the
>form MCE0000n and also hundreds of 1 KB files with names of the form
>sqlite_dwdr7fwAICmgvIwrb. They're created by the dozens every day. How can I
>find out what's creating them, how to stop it or at least how to delete them
>en masse?
>
>Bobbi
>
http://www.sqlite.org/
 
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