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    Damaged file "E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7" in download programs

    I am using a Acer aspire notebook, this is running with windows 7 ultimate OS. the system is running fine with almost all of its features and the functions. But there is damaged file in found under the download folder in c:// drive, this is look like “E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7”. I am not able to access or to remove that one. Is this one a virus file or any other infected file. From where it comes I don’t know. Any idea about this file?

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    Re: Damaged file "E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7" in download programs

    Yes I think this is a infected file, to confirm this one I recommend you to scan your system with an up to date antivirus program, it will surely detect that and then you will be able to remove that one. I was also found these type of file into my system, and after a research on this I found this can be comes from internet with any one of the downloaded file, so in that cease by scan the system this will might be removed from your system. try this technique to delete that file.

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    Re: Damaged file "E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7" in download programs

    If you are not able to remove that infected file from your system normally, then reboot and start your system in safe mode. Type and insert “msconfig” into the search command panel, and hit ENTER. It will prompt the UAC prompt, click on continue button. Enable the Safe Boot box with minimal option, now click on ok and reboot your system. Log in to your system with the administrator account and then remove that file from it desire stored location. Again run the “msconfig” and uncheck the Safe Boot option, apply the change and reboot you system in normal mode. I hope it will surely help you to overcome from the problem.

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    Re: Damaged file "E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7" in download programs

    The file that you mentioned in your post might not be an infected file, for that you need to update the file. open the downloaded programs file or folder and under that right click on the program icon from the list, now choose the on "Update", it will collect the information regarding the update file information form its desire web site and direct you to replace with the existing one. install it, I told you this because I was also get similar kind of damaged file into my system, after that when I searched about this file, I found this is damaged for not updated. So try with this, I hope if this one is not infected file then in this process you will be able to access the file.

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    Re: Damaged file "E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7" in download programs

    I am also facing a relevant issue, for an infected file. though I see that file under my program folder, few days back, and after that when i tried to remove that manually or by suing the antivirus program, but nothing was helped me to remove the file, but now from this morning when I tried to turn on my system it does not appear the windows screen into my screen, along also a error message appears with that specific infected file. What should I do now to resolve this issue? I am not able to turn on my system.

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    Re: Damaged file "E2883E8F-472F-4FB0-9522-AC9BF37916A7" in download programs

    As per my opinion regarding these types of issues, I recommend you to boot your system with the operating system installation disc, and start pressing f8 after the manufacturer logo will appear into the screen. It will prompt you into the installation welcome screen, from that window click on windows repair option, terminate the process and wait till the process completes. I hope this process will surely help you to overcome from the problem. go through this.

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