Friday, June 14, 2013

How to Delete Undetecteble File in Windows XP

How to Delete Undetecteble File in Windows XP

Today in my this article I'm going to tell you about "How to Delete Undetecteble File in Windows XP". Most of the times files are not deleted simply and then a message appears that says the "Access Denied", So there is a very easy way to delete those files. Just follow my steps Below.

  • Click on the Start button --> Search --> All Files --> Folders.
  • Right-click on file and choose its properties. File location example:
  • c:\windows\system32\undeleteablefile.exe
  • Open a Command Prompt window (CMD) now.
  • Next step is to click on Start Button then click on Run
  • Next step is to type "Taskmgr.exe" and press the enter button to start Task manager.
  • Click on the Processes tab of task manager, then click on the process named "Explorer.exe" and click on End Process.
  • Minimize Task Manager.
  • Open CMD again and then change its directory to where the file is being located. To do this, use the CD command in CMD like
  • cd \windows\system32

  • Then Type DEL with the file name that you wish to delete. For Example: 
  • del undeletablefile.exe

  • Go back to Task Manager again.
  • In Task Manager, click File, New Task and enter EXPLORER.EXE to restart the Windows shell.
  • Close your Task Manager and the file is deleted. Congrats.


  1. Sometimes it fails because of WFP... And many times it write Access in denied... (Because of WFP)... Many Pirate users and Infected Computers (PC which have virus) don't get this problem

  2. Thanks it worked for me