I have a problem I can not solve and I count on your knowledge to help me find the solution. Well, I'm on Windows XP. My "Temporary Internet Files" is invisible. I can see all hidden files because I always leave the PC like this but in the "Local Settings" folder containing the normally hidden "Temporary Internet Files" there is not or at least it is not actually visible because it is present. Indeed, after trying to delete history and cookies by clicking right mouse on the "IE" in the office and go to "Properties" and "Browsing History" then "Delete" I found that nothing was deleted. So I went into "settings" from the browsing history and then I clicked on "View Files" and then opened a window bearing the name "Temporary Internet Files" containing miles of Cookies Despite having removed a second before. I tried to manually delete 1 but nothing worked. I then got back into the parent folder using the arrow adequate and there I found myself in the "Local Settings" folder but no "Temporary Internet Files". Finally, to be sure I was not crazy and that the file was there but invisible, I created a folder with the same name (Temporary Internet Files) on my desk, I cut and pasted into the folder "Local Settings" and then a message asked me if I wanted to replace that of the same name exists (but I did not see). I said ok, hoping that it would solve the problem but nothing ... it has replaced but did not crash and I do not always see. In short I am the same point, I do not know how to reappear my folder "Temporary Internet Files" to finally empty.
Normally, this file is that there => c: \ Documents and Settings \ Owner \ Local Settings \ temporary Internet Files \
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