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I used SUPERAntiSpyware to remove some suspicious files, and it changed their filetype to '.SUPERDelete' and moved them into a folder within my C: Drive named SUPERDelete. Technically, the files haven't been removed, and the files still take up space on my drive. How can I actually remove the SUPERDelete files? If I use SUPERDelete to remove those files they just come back with the file extension tacked on twice. I can't use Administrator Command Prompt to remove the files, I just get 'Access Denied'. I'm not mad, it's just a bit of a nuisance; Thanks for any help or advice in advance!
hi, i am stuck trying to understand how to use the superdelete file removal. i recently tried to update my flash player, upon its prompt to do so. But it installed McAfee onto my system against my wishes. I discovered the shortcut on my desktop, and did a windows search to find its target folder. Then i right-clicked it and chose the superdelete file removal. It brought up the spyware's window, i typed in YES to confirm. but instead of showing a 'file was removed successfully" or something, it brought up a second window, this one listing several items, including the Mcafee, but also others such as ones i had asked superdelete to remove in the past. Why are they still here? I don't want to simply remove them from the list,i want to remove them completely from my computer. But i see no option to do this. Is there a help user guide? Or is this forum the best way to find out answers? And, how can i ask superdelete to not only delete the file i right-click on, but also any other file related to it, such as its accessories, and anything it might be polluting my system with? Thanks for any help!