Deleting certain files from hard drive Tags: Internet Explorer Security Hard Drives Microsoft Windows XP Last response: January 4, 2011 4:42 PM in Windows XP Share dickchalue January 4, 2011 2:45:57 AM I have two corrupted files, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Security Center, on my hard drive. I can't seem to delete them and I can't install new ones till they are gone. HELP. More about : deleting files hard drive tigsounds a b 8 Security January 4, 2011 4:42:23 PM Start>Run>CMD>Chkdsk /f You will need to restart for this to finish. Try deleting after Chkdsk is done. If still won't delete, come back and say so, there are other methods. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Deleting certain files from hard drive Forum Hards drive grinds when accessing certain files Forum Certain files on Buffalo external hard drive behaving stranglely Forum Deleting files from Hard Drive but not showing any extra free space Forum SolvedHard Drive not recognized after deleting empty file on the drive Forum Deleting unretreivable files in hard drive Forum Solvedcan i safely delete backed up files on external hard drive? Forum Deleting Files on Previous Hard Drives Forum SolvedDeleted Windows 7 from external hard drive. Can I recover the files? Forum SolvedWhat allows you to delete files from hard drive disk, but you can't from a cd/dvd? (read for more info) Forum SolvedHow to recover deleted files from external hard drive Forum i would like to recover deleted files from my new pc's hard drive Forum i deleted files on my hard drive from a mac, but now my dell doesn't reconized the dleted files Forum Recover deleted files from external hard drive after formatting from windows to mac Forum SolvedCan Window's CHKDSK tool delete files on a Hard Drive? Forum Deleting Certain Files Forum how to delete 'all' files from my portable hard drive Forum SolvedHow do I delete every file on my hard drive? Forum SolvedDeleting files from seagate expansion drive Forum Solvedkeeping files on old drive, but deleting windows Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !