Sep 13, 2003 Unattended Windows 2000XP2003; Well, dllcache is the directory where Windows saves backups of all the current critical OS files for use with Windows File Protection. I doubt you'll actually be able to delete it even if you wanted to, but even if you could, it's probably not a great idea. windows xp clear dllcache Aug 15, 2012 How to replace missing Windows XP components without disc? by Neilbwd July 9, 2008 6: 08 AM PDT I have an Acer 3620 laptop which came with Windows XP installed as OEM, but no Windows XP backup disc.
Sep 15, 2009 As I found out the directory D: \ contains meanwhile approx 500 MB. Can I simply (analog to prefetch directory) delete the content and let WinXP refill this windows xp clear dllcache
This video explains how to delete cookies in Windows XP, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera. To delete cookies in Mozilla Firefox, choose the tools option from the tool bar, then choose options , then choose privacy . Many options will be given under the privacy menu, but make sure to choose the following options accept cookies from site and accept third party cookies The information is a bit dated, Windows 2000 asks for the Windows CD and rebuilds the cache, Windows XP doesn't do this. But like you say, deleting the dll cache might cause regrets later, and if SFC does nag for the Windows CD half the folks won't even have one to Look up for details on using SFC to clear the cache and limit it's size. Be warned though that if an app overwrites a file and the DLLCache copy of it missing (through resticting the DLLCache folder size) you may need to get out your OS andor SP CD again sometime. windows xp clear dllcache Sep 15, 2009 As I found out the directory D: \ contains meanwhile approx 500 MB. Can I simply (analog to prefetch directory) delete the content and let WinXP refill this Nov 14, 2010 Deleted dllcache folder. Need help to restorereplace! Several months ago i foolishly deleted the dllcache folder from my laptop because i was led to believe that it would get rid of a virus. Feb 09, 2011 Have you noticed that your Windows XPbased computer is running slow? It can be because the memory space and that of the hard disk's are Dllcache and drivercache folders contain 450 Mbyte of files which are, I think, also available from the install CD. Is it safe to delete their content so that I can save 450 MB of hard disk space, and am I right that when WinXP needs anything from these folders it requests for the install CD?