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I have this hidden file on my C:\ Drive that has some random name "1240AB33605112A" or something like that with files in it that are specifically named 1025, 1026, etc.

04/04/2013 21:04 by fatal215

it has files that are specifically named 1025, 1026, 1027, etc. What is it used for and if it is something unuseful if so, how do i get rid of it? I have already reformatted the hard drive trying to get rid of it. I used the Windows 7 install disc.
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