On Tuesday, May 24, 2011, Earnie <earnie@...> wrote:
> dashesy wrote:
>> I have seen 64bit Win7 holds on to the executable file handles even
>> after they are closed! but a second try usually works. Anti-virus
>> programs also cause similar symptoms.
> Yes, it is an unfortunate truth that files with open handles cannot be
> removed. They can be renamed and the renamed file opened with a delete
> on close flag that will cause the renamed file to be removed when all
> handles are closed on the file.
Try to use 'attrib' Windows command.
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