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My windows xp pro C:\windows\temp folder has a file named jet*.* I do not think this file belongs on my system. Yet, when I try to erase it, I get an error message telling me File cannot be deleted-it is being used by other progrsms. Is this file and associated WGAnotify.* file are nessecery and/or dangerous?
WGAErrLog.txt
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Hi

Use "http://ccollomb.free.fr/unlocker/" to see which app locks the file
Next step Depends on what that application is
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