Go to run and type Temp then enter, a window will open that will show you active window.
On Windows XP, hidden folders by activating 'show hidden files and folders' in Folder Options. Folder Options can be accessed from any Windows explorer window.
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Opening files using a single click Opening folders in the same window Viewing web content in folder
C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Recent from this folder to recover the data.
XP as such can not recover files from any folder if these files are deleted from the dustbin. There are however software available that can scan the index on the harddrive for deleted files and then recover these if they have not been overwritten. This software can in many cases also partially recover partially overwritten files. WinUndelete and Recovermyfiles are two choises. search via google. I am sure there exist many programs for this purpose, and some might even be free to use. Best of luck and regards.
Yes, if you have Windows XP, you can easily use Windows XP Pro
the folder in which Windows 2000/XP is installed %SystemRoot% folder, all systems files (the folder in which windows 2000/XP is installed)
In windows xp the extension for a folder is generally .FOLDER it can be seen in the windows registry !!
where are the location of NTBOOTDD.SYS in window XP
in xp and 2000 CD it is stored in i386 folder
system32 is a folder that holds info. for your windows XP.
Yes, it can run very well on Windows XP.
Windows XP Ultimate if you're racist.
The name "XP" is short for "eXPeriance
Double clicking on a folder in Windows XP should open up a view of that folder's contents.
Right click anywhere on the desktop. on the Display Properties window, click advanced. In the drop down menu, select "window", pick a color and apply.
Click the folder and press delete.
Normally it does not have it.
For XP Users:My Computer\Local Disk (C:)\ Documents and Settings\Your Profile Name\Local Settings(It is hidden*)\Temp *Tools, Folder Options, View Tab, Hidden Files and Folders, Show Hidden Files and Folders, Apply, OK
Is it in your C:\ folder? Most likely that was a partial install of a windows update. Perhaps the computer crashed or was forced to shut down during installation of a windows update, and that caused the temporary folder with the update code to be not deleted after installation. That is just a guess, though, based upon your limited description.
The i386 folder.