I want to rescue a deleted prefetch folder,
but I don't know how to do it,
who can give me some tutorials about it?Asked Aug, 16 2010
1. Turn off the option to clean the Prefetch in Tune-Up Utilities
2. Windows will just need to re-create all the prefetch files again, thereby slowing down Windows during boot and program starts until all the new prefetch files are created
Windows just maintains the Prefetch folder at a rolling 128 entries - any new applications you run after this number replace the last one that you have not used recently.
I will now show you in 5 easy steps how you can rebuild the -> (layout.ini) <- file again.
1): make sure that the task scheduler is enabled.If you are un sure go to-> Start/Contrl Panel/Administrative Tools/ Click on Services/ Then in the list of services make sure the Task Sheduler is enabled & restart the service by clicking on Start. Close the Services Folder & go back to desktop.
2): Then go to START/RUN/ and TYPE IN/->cmd<-(without the arrows) CLICK OK. This will bring up the DOS Command screen.
3):You will need to copy and paste this entry in at the flashing cursor
-> rundll32.exe advapi32.dll,ProcessIdleTasks <-(without the arrows) and press ENTER.
4):Now reboot three times and your Prefetch folder will be rebuilt.(It takes 3 reboots for the prefetch folder to work out what it needs)
5):Then go BACK to ->Start/Contrl Panel/Administrative Tools/ / Services/ Once again find TASK SHEDULER in the list and stop the service and then set it to disabled.This will stop any more entries going into your Prefetch folder.
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