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Emc8 Creates A Jet**.tmp File After Installation That Multiplies.


vincejc@cox.net

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After installation or reinstallation of EMC8, a temporary file named jet***.tmp is created in C/windows/temp folder. If you try to delete jet***.tmp it creates a copy of itself. If you try to delete the copy it creates more and more copies of the jet***.tmp file after rebooting your computer until you have hundreds of these files that copy itself.

 

Why are these jet***.tmp files created and multiplied when installing EMC8?. Can you ever get rid of these jet***.tmp files?

 

I have used third party registry cleaners to delete these files but upon reboot, more jet***.tmp files were created,copied and multiplied in C/windows/temp folder.

 

The only way to stop the multiplication of copies of the jet***.tmp files is to uninstall EMC8 completely and the jet***.tmp files can be deleted for good and never return. This is also suggested by the Microsoft Windows XP tech support team.

 

Any suggestion of how the jet*** files can be stopped so I can go back and reinstall EMC8?

 

Thanks.

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After installation or reinstallation of EMC8, a temporary file named jet***.tmp is created in C/windows/temp folder. If you try to delete jet***.tmp it creates a copy of itself. If you try to delete the copy it creates more and more copies of the jet***.tmp file after rebooting your computer until you have hundreds of these files that copy itself.

 

Why are these jet***.tmp files created and multiplied when installing EMC8?. Can you ever get rid of these jet***.tmp files?

 

I have used third party registry cleaners to delete these files but upon reboot, more jet***.tmp files were created,copied and multiplied in C/windows/temp folder.

 

The only way to stop the multiplication of copies of the jet***.tmp files is to uninstall EMC8 completely and the jet***.tmp files can be deleted for good and never return. This is also suggested by the Microsoft Windows XP tech support team.

 

Any suggestion of how the jet*** files can be stopped so I can go back and reinstall EMC8?

 

Thanks.

 

I found a few of them but they are all Zero byte files, not worth worrying about.

 

All of mine delete without any problems. I have heard of files that multiply and it is usually the result of virus. It can also be a user error caused by trying to use a mouse to delete with.

 

Might be time to scan…

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