I have a Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 computer and in the directory C:/Program Files I have a folder called xerox. Inside the xerox folder there is another folder called nwwia. The xerox folder is 0 bytes in size. I know the folder is not spyware and I have seen this folder on a number of XP machines. Every attempt I have made at deleting the folder has failed. I get this message when I attempt to delete the folder: cannot delete nwwia is is being used ny another person or program. Close any programs that might be using the file and try again. I have tried to delete the folders in safe mode, I have made myself the owner of the folders and tried to delete it, I also have tried to rename the folders and then try to delete it. All of which have been unsuccessful. I use Regseeker as part of my daily cleanup on my computer and I searched for the folder and it found many entries including a few in the C:/WINDOWS directory. So my question is should I delete the xerox folder using Regseeker or just leave it alone and forget about it.
Is the xerox folder also a system folder or not?
Any insight on this issue would be appreciated.