Running windows 98 my desktop is suddenly awash with icons that are not shortcuts mostly dll files so reluctant to delete. eg dsogg.dll,dswrap.dll,tcp4w.32, dsmodplug.dll.How can I get them off desktop safely? any ideas?
None of those are familiar. Any idea where they came from?
Thank you for your interest. On opening a couple they are Headed Dynamic Link Library for 32 Bit operation. Could it be down to changing colour to 32 bit?
"Could it be down to changing colour to 32 bit?" - I doubt it.I suggest that you try a scan with a² click here
This could be down to a virus, worm, etc... Some operate like this, but normally in your System32 directory
Thanks VOG Couldn't get registered with a2 so ran my Mcafee virus scanner with negative results.will keep trying
Used A2 with no malware found. is there any snag to just moving these dll files somewhere else?
Try making up a temp folder and move them to it, if no program asks for them after a couple of months its a fair bet they can be deleted.
Thanks valvegrid, Will try & report back.
Your advice has worked well thus far. Many thanks valvegrid
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