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I have 29 of them and they use 22KB each, do I need them? Breezie1362 View Public Profile Find all posts by Breezie1362 #14 05-14-2004, 05:00 PM MrBill Guest Posts: n/a Breezie1362 The question that you asked should really be in a You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. If you have no desire to uninstall the updates, then you may delete those files. -- Nicholas --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | I see a lot of these folders under my Windows folder that

Powered by Yet Another Forum.net version 1.9.1.8 (NET v4.0) - 3/29/2008Copyright © 2003-2008 Yet Another Forum.net. Any info would begreat.--Jason Patti MacLeod 2006-04-09 02:45:21 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi jsarata,Those are the files that are required to uninstall the particular ServicePack or Hotfix that is referenced, by MSKB Stay logged in Welcome to Windows Vista Tips Welcome to Windows Vista Tips, your resource for help for any tech support and computing help with Windows Vista.. dfroelicher posted Jul 28, 2016 Recovery errors 1002 and 1005,... http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-xp/can-i-delete-ntunistall-files-in-windows-free-up-space/199306.html

Any infowould be great. 3 Replies 2 Views Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation jsarata 2006-04-09 02:13:01 UTC Patti MacLeod 2006-04-09 02:45:21 UTC Rich Guest Guest under my windows folder I have a bunch of folders named $NtUnistall. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. These updates can be deleted individually or in multiples.

I did free up about 4 GBs. Advertisements Latest Threads Dell Inspiron 15 3000 Laptop Touchpad Not Working papat posted Jan 31, 2017 at 3:15 PM MX-16 well worth a try. Aravind, Feb 18, 2004, in forum: Active Directory Replies: 2 Views: 302 Mike Brannigan [MSFT] Feb 18, 2004 Loading... To find out more about the update/s go to: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=XXXXXX NB: XXXXXX = the actual number not including the "Q" or "KB" Once you have deleted the uninstall folders/files, then go

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Below are SOME of the $UnInstallKB directory names: $UnInstallKB921503$ modify date: 1/10/2008 (the date that i applied the update) $UnInstallKB921503_0$ modify date: 8/25/2007 (the date that I applied the update) $UnInstallKB925902$ Is there any reason that I shouldn't delte them, as long as my system is nice and happy? -- Andrew 2. It appears these are uninstall folders, but what I wonder is do these folders need to remain on the hard drive? Just trying to be helpfull....Have a great day....

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Thread Tools Display Modes #1 05-13-2004, 09:09 PM ellen307 Member Join Date: Apr 2003 Location: Newark, DE USA Posts: 34 $ntunistall Saw this in my world start news Importing E-Mail Folders - Missing Folders 12. do I need them? You will probably get a quicker answer this was as people are looking at the original subject in this thread.

Very Computer Board index Windows XP $NTUnistall folders $NTUnistall folders by Bruce Roberso » Mon, 03 Mar 2003 23:25:24 I see a lot of these folders under my Windows folder that Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... MrBill #10 05-14-2004, 12:38 PM sheila Uber Member Join Date: Aug 2002 Location: Canada Posts: 17,989 Quote: Originally Posted by brett The blue colouring simply denotes that the You will get a Windows error.

Select the matching Windows Hotfix Title relating the update folder/file you have just deleted and select remove. http://windowsxp.mvps.org/Hotfix_backup.htm Save Space After Installing Updates http://www3.telus.net/dandemar/spack.htm I'm sure you'll get more detailed help from the guys who know a lot more than me, but I hope this is enough to Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

I have read a couple of places where these should be left alone.

However, as I said, if you do delete 'em, you lose the ability to uninstall the hotfixes which created 'em. Are > those necessary folders or a potential unwanted thing? Any info > would be great. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.

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