|10 Aug 2010||#1|
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manually installing the lnk patch
if I want to install the .LNK patch (KB2286198) manually from a local drive (in my case it's "d:"), is it then ok to execute just "del d:\*.lnk, *.pif" from the command prompt? I mean, can I safely view d:\ in the explorer then?
Or will I need to delete .lnk files and .pif files from all directories or even from all subdirectories?
My concern is, I don't know if it's possible to have a special .lnk file in a directory, which explorer might try to view from outside a directory.
Thanks a lot,
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