Patmobile Posted July 18, 2005 Share Posted July 18, 2005 When I use noadware to scan my computer for unauthorised cookies and spyware, I noticed that it appears to be reading a lot of .pif and .scr files that I can't find anywhere on the machine when searching with Windows Explorer.If these files are really there I want to get rid of them because I can tell by the titles they shouldn't be there. Fat Elvis.pif and Crazy frog.pif are two of the printable titles. Many of the others sound like porn to me. How they got there is a mystery.But, here's the problem. How do I find them to delete them? They appear to be in C:\\ and d:\\, but d: is a cd drive with no disk in it, and I cant find any .pifs or .scrs on the c drive that shouldn't be there.How come noadware sees them but nothing else can?Patrick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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