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Hi. new to this. inadvertantly deleted a folder called a' wangsamp" Is this a needed windows file or something from an instaaled piece of software? thanks for your help
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yes, the folder does come with certain programs, although i forget which ones or for what it's for, anyhow, this folder generally has few small files and they typically isn't needed, if they are they get re-created...in other words you got luck this time...personally i hate that directory and i don't have it..and my system works without any hitches...so it's okay
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