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well......im havin a doubt regarding hijackthis logs.....
on this site i read about a user who said he would always delete entires with a (no file) at the end.....
is this always safe??can i do this all the time??
 

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Hello Ros. Yes , its safe to delete "no file" items. Its not important , but I do it routinely. The file has actually been removed by other means, and its listing is unnecessary. Just remember , always close all programs and browser before "fixing" anything. :) >f
 
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