removal of .rbf files

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After defragmenting my system disc, there sometimes remains a lot of fragmented .rbf files.
I understand these files can be safely deleted.
I also read that the Config.msi directory and files therein are automatically removed upon successful installation.
This is not the case on my computer.
How can I make this removal process automatic ?


Software/Hardware used:
Win XP Home SP3

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Write a batch file (.bat) for deletion of .rbf files as windows delete/erase command following the location of rbf files/ folders (hope you have knowledge to create .bat file) and save it as your desire path. Now right click on start and click explore. Look for the .bat file/ application which you want to automatically start. Click this file to select it and check under owner > start menu> programs. When you finish moving this into startup folder, this will now open every time windows xp is started.
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