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I want to delete a "system" file but it reappears !

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I want to delete a file such like iexplore.exe (not uninstall, delete)
After deleting it ... it reappears after a few second !
I know Windows 2000 is "clever" and rescucite it but I really want the file to be deleted
How to proceed ?
Thanks
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Question by:LeTay
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by:bgbeer
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what is the system file?
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Windows keeps a backup of system files in,

C:\windows\system32\dllcache

Windows will automatically restore files from dllcache when originals are removed. This is so that a virus does not corrupt the system files
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what is the name of the system file you're trying to delete?
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by:LeTay
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As I wrote : I want to delete iexplore.exe
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by:plimpias
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that is pretty the hardest one that you can do, disable system restore. and remove it from the dllcach, isee if that works.
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I think removing iexplore.exe is going to be near impossible.
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