Windows 10 delite MSI .temp Datei

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  1. Peter Ciecior

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    how can I delete lots of Msi temp dates? like
    MSI4ea05.tmp 0 Bit
    MSI4e639.tmp 0 Bit
    MSI4ef4a.tmp 0 bit
    from Win 10?
     
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  2. Peter Ciecior

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    CCkleaner not working
     
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    What message are you getting when you try and delete them? That the file is in use Try Again or access denied?
     
  4. davehc

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    Which folder are they in?
     
  5. Peter Ciecior

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    There is Partition "C" If I delete I get:
    You need permission to perform the operation
    Repeat process: I repeat again and again and again, Iget: alwas

    You must get the required permission from the administrator of the computer
    I think, I am the administrator.
    But it seems after one week I can deleat some of them
    I can delete all with Ubuntu. But is that the right way?

    With Flight Simulator I got some Crashes, with the Alert: problem with "Visual Studio"
    May be the MSI.temp can come from there
     
  6. Neemobeer

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    Well the C:\ partition is your Windows install, not sure why you are trying to delete that. If you problem you are trying to resolve is the Flight Simulator, I would suggest try re-installing it or go into control panel > Programs and Features, select the flight simulator and see if there is a change or repair option to attempt to resolve the error. Just deleting files willy nilly is most likely just going to cause more problems.
     
  7. Peter Ciecior

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    FSX is at Partition D. It is a lot work to reinsall. In Alert stands:" An unhandelt win 32 exception occurred in fsx (4584). Just-In-Time debugging enabled. In Visual Studio, Just-In-Time debugging cab be enabled from
    Tools/Options/Just-In-Time.
    Check the documentation index for Just-in-time debugging errors for more information."
    I have Visual Studio. But I can not finde Tools/Options....I dont know what to do
    Last Week I had no FSX crasch. So may be all is OK.

    Thanks for Your so fast replay, Peter
     

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