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Solved: Understanding Content.IE5 folder Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by oldjoe, Oct 10, 2004. Advertisement ^ In a similar fashion, if there is any attempt to write to the registry, it is redirected to a Low-integrity area of the registry. Dane Nov 27, 2008 #15 meatologist TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 134 OK. Correct?

Deke40, Oct 12, 2004 #11 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Spybot after downloading and running it for the heck of it prior to Spyware Doctor also turned up zilch. DaneClick to expand... Triple6, Oct 10, 2004 #3 oldjoe Thread Starter Joined: Aug 8, 2004 Messages: 190 Thanks, Deke, for the advice and comments.

If I delete one of the files, it disappears from all 9 folders??? The fastest solution I could find was using the "Remove on Reboot" Explorer Extension a free download from Snapfiles.com. Latest News 2016-Oct-25 in Paessler BlogRefuse to Take Part in a DDoS Botnet, Revisited 2016-Oct- 4 in Paessler BlogRefuse to Take Part in a DDoS Botnet 2016-Oct- 4 in Press ReleasesPaessler by caktus / October 6, 2005 3:32 PM PDT In reply to: Content.IE5 folders that don't show up anywhere What are the sub-folders Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse -

Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Earlier Versions of Windows > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current files on screen, whichever folder you look in.>>>If you open one of the Content.IE5 folders and then open the T.I. The folder is (on Windows XP): C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ Can't see the folder? You saved a PDF and it went to a folder called 3H1J5BB2.

Now enter the "rmdir" command for the huge folder(s): rmdir /s [foldername] The result looks like this: Conclusion On one of the systems in our software test lab (that has been And I don't think it's paranoia. And when I try to search for the IE5 folders, they don't seem to exist. http://www.f-prot.com/support/windows/fpwin_faq/122.html Looks like MS forgot to keep that simple method unavailable for Windows Explorer - remind me to check exactly what I am downloading when SP1 arrives! ;-) -- Jeff Jeff

Despite having view hidden files (and system files) > activated in Windows Explorer, I cannot see a folder called > "Content.IE5", nor index.dat - only the temp internet files themselves. > If a page is not updated frequently, IE reduces the frequency with which it checks that page. I just printed that window out and manually started searching for them on my own, when I discovered that the Content.IE5 folder only showed a couple of entries and none of Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.

Free PRTG Download share tweet share share share en de es fr it br ru cn Home Products PRTG Network Monitor Product Information Download Free Trial Key Features Price List FAQs I've tried all the obvious rubbish.... Temporary Internet Files Folder Location Browsing the Internet can expose one to certain security risks. Some are completely empty.

I don't want to get into a big rant (as Bob would put it ) here but the more Microsoft tries to "better" our lives, the more I think sneaky things But for some reason Firefox didn't dump the entire downloaded file to the actual download location. any ideas anyone ? What is Docume~1 and Markfl~1?I suspect DOS is getting in the way here.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - And if you by TONI H / October 1, 2005

Proffitt Forum moderator / September 30, 2005 11:26 PM PDT In reply to: Content.IE5 folders that don't show up anywhere Explorer is, in my opinion a poor file browser. Based on that being correct: Which browser were you using at the time? Even opening Explorer.exe using "Run as administrator" doesn't help. The help file says that Explorer is designed to not show the sub-folders!

The command prompt appears on screen. We will never give away your email address to any third party. Why doesn't XP use my own proper identity instead so that everything is listed in one place where it should be instead of putting part of it into my normal identity

I find that easier than creating that new Administrator > account > and having to select which account to log in with every time I boot. > Earl > > >

Dane Nov 25, 2008 #9 thefighter TS Rookie Posts: 21 lols, I havent logged on here in about 2 years! DaneClick to expand... And as expected, the files in the Temporary Internet Folders file were still there, as well as the folders in Content.ie5, still loaded with temporary files. If so what and where is this new hidden ability to track internet usage located?

I get a warning window about it being a system file (X is grayed out). What program uses it, and for what purpose? Creating another admin account worked, so I can now see the > content.ie5 folder. I don't think so.

But, I can use the MS-DOS mode and search an Index.dat file from the TIF for a file name and find it which Windows can't do. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. and then even more surprised at not being able to locate the locations of what was reported in order to remove it myself.I like the program enough to purchase it and by Cursorcowboy / October 2, 2005 9:04 AM PDT In reply to: Content.IE5 folders that don't show up anywhere By design, Windows Explorer uses the hidden Desktop.ini and Index.dat files to

This what you are looking for.In the Run Box type %temp%On the temp window click the Folder Tab.Open Temp (May be already open)Open Temporary internet files and Content IE5 Flag Permalink TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Cursorcowboy, then why... Now the command you gave me, led me to the following path:C:\DOCUME~1\HAA298~1.PCM\LOCALS~1\TempThis is the same path that sometimes shows up in Front Page in my html code in certain pages causing

William Baldwin, Mar 16, 2010 #12 Earl Partridge Guest That's it. I can see other hidden and system files, so why not these? Yes, I tried to find the folders using the Firefox Cache, and I got that error message I mentioned above. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/283078 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

In there will be folders with random names, like you mentioned in your other post. But we have seen cases where several subfolders of the "Content.IE5" folder contained more than 800 MB each (in more than 100.000 files which are often a few weeks or even Check the spelling and try again and blah, blah, blah. I already have the Folder Option set to see them.

Where is the index.dat file located And then, where is the index.datĀ file located in Windows 7 | 8? Even opening > Explorer.exe using "Run as administrator" doesn't help. > You log in to your w7 machine as the administrator?! Your cache administrator is webmaster. We found that simply deleting these huge folders using the command line works best (using Windows Explorer takes forever when a folder contains 100.000 files or more).

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