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New file created in C:\Windows upon every start of Windows...

Posted on 2002-06-19
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Every time Windows starts a new file is created in C:\Windows called similar to "fffe46**_{b7c675**-7c**-11**-9e**-0000864d****}... (Note! When I don't know what this filename says I have changed some letters/numbers to **...)
Anyone know why these files are created?

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