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Do these steps in order until you delete the file. 1. Restart the computer then delete again. 2. Use this program called Unlocker. (Search with google) 3. Go to start, Run, type: "cmd" press enter, then write: bcdedit.exe /delete {current}, then press enter. Now close cmd and go back and try deleting. The file can't still be there now.

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Uh, doesn't Control Alt Delete open the task manager? At least it does on windows XP. I don't know about other Windows versions, but also the control panel wouldn't do anything either....

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how could you nor delete it? there's at least the recycle bin so that no one can see it. or are you to stupid with computers that you can't go to change or remove programs in my computer?

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If you're trying to keep a file hidden, NEVER save it to the desktop. Also, if it says something along the lines of "currently in use, try again later", just shut down or log off, log in again and you should be able to delete it. But downloading porn? And on a shared computer...? No comment... Hundreds, if not thousands of sites can stream (watch online like YouTube) porn for free, yet you chose to DOWNLOAD a random file which may contain viruses and the like on a SHARED COMPUTER? FYL, OP. We all hope you can cope in this work-a-day world without a brain.

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#31 is full of so much winrar. sorry, someone had to say it. but in all seriousness, that probably wouldn't work. I'm guessing it's a problem with rights and permissions so winrar would probably get the same error that OP is.

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lol wow... don't download it silly boy lmao. watch it for free. plus when you download it, it means you'll have to rewatch it like 10x. I've never looked at porn in my life but woulndt you rather watch fresh new vids?

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20 Nd 24...since when is watching porn desperate hmmmm??? I know grown ass men that get hella ass and ADMIT they still watch porn... Nd don't act like you've never watched a porn a day in your life... IDK about you idiots and everyone else but on my behalf (And everyone else that watches porn) Sorry for being HUMAN.

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#49 nice zoolander quote ;) it probably says it's in use....so it's in use, wait a couple of minutes and try again, or restart the computer and try again

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Internet is 90% porn, so obviously a lot of people watch it, also Is there a quicker way to get viruses than searching porn sites, how would you explain that the computer needs to be replaced for 500$ because u were jacking off to porn, how embarassing an awkward.

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If it is Windows 7, I get the same issue with deleting things on the desktop every-now-and-then. It gets sent to the Recycle Bin, and you can permanently delete it, but the shortcut remains. Just restart the computer, OP.

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Burnt waffles. And I don't see why my comment was moderated - it is a fact that, under windows, if you can create a file on the desktop, you can delete it (unless it is in use by another process, which gives a clear notice of WHY it can't be deleted). I can understand the rule, and the reason for its existence, but didn't think it applied in this case, since it isn't an 'opinion' or 'based on [my own] intuition'.

Do these steps in order until you delete the file. 1. Restart the computer then delete again. 2. Use this program called Unlocker. (Search with google) 3. Go to start, Run, type: "cmd" press enter, then write: bcdedit.exe /delete {current}, then press enter. Now close cmd and go back and try deleting. The file can't still be there now.

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looking at your face one never considers you may advice such a thing... just because...you look so serious...so thoughtful ... so alien for that f""ng site

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