> "2. If you can't, then try in Safe Mode from the command line. "
> How exactly do I do that? I'm not familiar with command prompts.
> By the way, your other two methods didn't work.
> Method 1 - Wouldn't delete in safe mode either.
> Method 3 - I can't run a disk check on my computer. See here:
This is why it would have been better for you to keep all posts about this
subject in *one* thread. Now you've apparently got at least two threads
going where people trying to help you have no idea what is going on in the
To use a command prompt, Start Orb>Search box>type: cmd
At the cmd prompt navigate to where the file is (eg., cd C
\Users\your-user\Documents) and then
If this sounds like something you don't want to do, then consider consulting
a knowledgeable friend (someone who is really knowledgeable and not just
saying he is) or a computer professional.
However, if you can't run a Chkdsk then something else is wrong with your
machine. At this point I'd either ignore the file or back up your data and
do a clean install.
Standard disclaimer: Please understand that since I can't see your computer
these are just suggestions based on many years of being a professional
computer tech; suggestions based on what you've written. You should not
take my suggestions as a definitive diagnosis. If you can't do the work
yourself (and there is no shame in admitting this isn't your cup of tea),
take the machine to a professional computer repair shop (not your local
equivalent of BigComputerStore/GeekSquad). If possible, have all your data
backed up before you take the machine into a shop.
Elephant Boy Computers