Originally posted by jboy434
yes it was from bullguard.i uninstalled it and everything but it still wont let me delete this single file. is bullguard a bad program to use? what is a good antivirus? thanks for the help.
The file is a shell extension, which means it's currently loaded in the shell (Explorer). You'll need to either delete it from a command line on startup or find and delete its registry entry so it doesn't load on a reboot.
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