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Redkite
post 11.02.2012 19:58
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An automatic deletion of temporary files failed (got stuck in a loop) so I tried to clear the \Windows\Temp folder manually. After a Windows restart I was able to delete everything except 2 files called kls****.tmp which were created on 15/12/11. When I try to delete them I get the message "Files in use by Kaspersky Internet Security". This seems to go against the principle of temporary files. How can I delete them?
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post 11.02.2012 19:59
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An automatic deletion of temporary files failed (got stuck in a loop) so I tried to clear the \Windows\Temp folder manually. After a Windows restart I was able to delete everything except 2 files called kls****.tmp which were created on 15/12/11. When I try to delete them I get the message "Files in use by Kaspersky Internet Security". This seems to go against the principle of temporary files. How can I delete them?
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post 11.02.2012 20:00
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An automatic deletion of temporary files failed (got stuck in a loop) so I tried to clear the \Windows\Temp folder manually. After a Windows restart I was able to delete everything except 2 files called kls****.tmp which were created on 15/12/11. When I try to delete them I get the message "Files in use by Kaspersky Internet Security". This seems to go against the principle of temporary files. How can I delete them?
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richbuff
post 12.02.2012 02:29
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You don't, especially if there are only two files, and if they are taking up a tiny amount of disk space.

If you have Kaspersky temp files that are taking up too much disk space, post back, and I or someone else will post additional instructions.


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