can this be some sort of virus?

In my program files there is a folder named xerox and inside there is another folder named nwwia there is nothing else but that folder, the size is 0 bytes yet when i try to delete it i get a message saying it is being used by another program what is there to be used? how do i get rid of this. please help if you have experienced this before.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    No its not a virus anyone runniing xp has it...

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  • 3 years ago

    2

    Source(s): Amazing Protection Antivirus Software : http://MoveAntiVirus.com/?ViuH
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Better to be on safeside. You may be having a virus or spyware installed on your PC. You insatll a standard antivirus soft ware such as Norton, AVG , Avast ( free antivirus software and Ad-aware, Ewido ( free spyware removers). You can download free softwares at

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  • 1 decade ago

    nope, it's a system file. but, if you have a virus, it may be infected. go to www.windowsmarketplace.com and donwload avg free edition virus scan program, and spybot s&d by activeweb, and adaware for full protection. you'll get really good protection out of all three programs, and once you've downloaded them, check for updates on each one, and run each one twice. then, do a disk clean up on your system, then defrag, and restart your pc. trust me, this is all worth it.

    good luck!!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Nothing to worry about. I have the same on my freshly installed WinXP SP2 machine. Now you can enjoy your New Years eve celebration with peace of mind!

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  • 1 decade ago

    if you just randomly found it prolly not.

    Ya gotta rember that there are tons of hidden files on your computer and they are hidden to reduce cludder and prevent you from accidently deleteing them. that and i think thats a basic windows file anyways

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  • 1 decade ago

    Pls follow the link and read the pdf file. you will get cleared

    Source(s): Pls visit http://www.xerox.com/downloads/usa/en/d/dc02cc0308... to read this you must own a acrobat reader.
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  • 120 IQ
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    1 decade ago

    spysweeper or norton antivirus.

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