My Sys32 folder is messed!

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Aileron, May 23, 2002.

  1. Aileron

    Aileron Guest

    Hey there. Ever since i built my computer a week ago, my sys32 folder has been filling with files for a long time. It's located under C:drive, WINDOWS, TEMP, sys32, and in the sys32 folder it fills with media player looking files. the files look like media player files but instead of being blue, they are yellow. Here's the name's of some of them. There's thousands of them and they are about 400kb each and when it stopped one time, it was using 1.7gb. I just can't delete them fast enough. Here are some of them:

    Adobe photoshop,
    Adobe pagemaker,
    Adress Genie,
    Age of Empires 2-Games full downloader
    Aironix-full downloader

    and thousands of files so on in alphabetical order. As soon as i delete them they come back. My friend says he doesn't have a file called sys32 in his temp folder so i'm wondering can i just delete the file called sys32. Or will it put that file back in again. Cuz what it does is if i delete all the files one day, the next day when i start my computer they start to multiply and come back. Also what is the process called Explorer.scr in the task manager processes bar. I turn it off everytime i start my computer cuz it hogs my cpu. What is it used for? I know this is a long post, but can you please help me cuz it gets boring deleting 4000+ files everytime i start my computer and i want to know how to stop them. And i would like to know what Explorer.scr is.

    Thanx for your help

  2. Lonman

    Lonman Bleh!

  3. Iceman

    Iceman Moderator


    No doubt about it:(

    Hope you get rid of it:D
  4. Aileron

    Aileron Guest

    Thanx, that was it. Appreciate your help.