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Staffan December 15, 2015 at 4:24 pm # My Norton Security did object to the downloaded file, which it gave the red flag and promptly deleted ! Why did early satellites (e.g. I noticed that some *.msi and *.msp files are in C:\Windows\Installer but not the mentioned in the registry (e.g. This cache is used for patch uninstall operations since it stores the original files that were replaced. Homepage

I created this 100% free software. The program says 63 files still used, 0 files are orphaned, 0.00B. Reply Frustrated December 13, 2015 at 10:52 pm # Just ran it and was able to move 23GB of orphaned files off my C: drive over to another partition. Several functions may not work. Get More Information

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Reply Chuck May 4, 2016 at 6:46 pm # My Installer folder is 29GBs on Win10 upgraded from Win7. If CTH has helped you, please consider liking and sharing us on Facebook Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Moving a file that will be accessed all the time and you move it to a very very slow HDD? Why use this if Windows already has disk cleanup that will remove old installation files also Ccleaner Can do same Reply Corky December 13, 2015 at 1:37 pm # Because neither

Windows 7. 3 Gig, etc. You should be able to click and highlight the rows with the output 6. I couldn't find a c:\windows\installer on my win7 64bit first, but after going through folder options i revealed it. Patch Cleaner Copy the InatalllerMSP list and paste below the entries from step 2 4.

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Right click on the top of the DOS window and select EDIT, MARK 5. Kztechs As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Installation & Setup can't delete two filesHi guys, i found two files in my external HD and i can't delete them http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/7610/captureqj.png they just appeared there any ideas ? It said "are you sure?".

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Its pretty simple. which get monthly updates. Can I Delete .msp Files Unfortunately not supported any more but still used by people. Is Patchcleaner Safe I only use Windows 7 now, so HDD is just wasting space.

PatchCleaner PatchCleaner identifies these redundant/orphaned files and allows you to either: (Recommended) Move them to another location. Bonuses Reply RossN December 13, 2015 at 10:13 am # I had 4 orphan files. How do I delete them? Hope it pleases :) –PostureOfLearning Mar 12 '15 at 12:20 Well looks like there are plenty of answers here, I wont add another one. Microsoft's Windows Installer Cleanup Utility

Reply DV December 14, 2015 at 9:46 am # Yeah, that' my point too. Heath Stewart over at blogs.msdn.com wrote a small vbscript a few years back that checks the system for registered patch files, and lists those that are. Yes/No?" followed by "The file has been deleted. a fantastic read Reply John December 15, 2015 at 10:02 pm # And yet you use Microsoft Windows.....

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We would recommend you don't manually delete files from the Installer folder anyway without some experience, and moving them to another folder just in case a problem occurs is more preferable.

You'll probably want to uninstall it first, then reinstall it later, since its update mechanism can otherwise run into problems. I prefer upgrading rather than doing a fresh W10 install. Looking in the path the files were supposed to be, the folder was empty. Wicleanup Safe We've made a minor modification to output the registered entries to a text file instead.

Acer 5738Z - Pent.Dual Core T4200 2.0GHz - 4.00GB RAM - 64-Bit Vista Biz & Win7 Pro -Latest Moz.F.F. & T.B.- Avast! Nevertheless with, as mentioned, the option to backup checked of course.Files backup scenario : I clean-up regularly my registry with tools I believe are trustful (when some may be dangerous), namely Reply Rick December 13, 2015 at 6:29 pm # Yes, I happened across it last month too, when I was considering doing a fresh install of Windows due to running a find this This is a discussion on Is it safe to delete old .MSP & .MSI files?

within the Windows 7 , Windows Vista Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. When Windows decides to bail out, all I have to do is re-install windows.But I also build a script for myself to back up various other stuff from the C:\ drive Some of these files are required during updates or removals and should not be deleted while others may be orphaned and no longer of use.Depending on the age of the system, In this fashion, only the necessary components needed for the upgrade are downloaded.

Yet I remain surprised that your Installer folder is empty. I.e. "Are you sure you want to delete? I could then encounter issues if the removed files had corresponding items in the cleaned-up registry.Hence, I believe more in the system/disk backup scheme, but then may be problematic should removed Do note that the Windows Installer folder has a hidden and system attribute.

 
 
 

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