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    MUI Folder

    I have a folder named MUI with several sub-folders. These sub-folders are all named with 4-digits.

    Does anyone know what these folders are used for?

    Are these folders necessary, or can I delete them?

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    Re: MUI Folder

    If they are the one under (windows 98) Windows/systems/ or (Windows 2K) WINNT/system32/ I would leave them alone. They appear to be system files.

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: MUI Folder

    At a guess, your W2K installation includes the Multilanguage User Interface. Do the numbers include 1033, and 1036? - If you have Office installed you may also find sub-folders with these numbers which contain Autocorrect List Files for other languages such as French and Spanish.

    You may find some background info here:
    Windows XP & Windows 2000 MUI

    Otherwise, as Dave says, I'd leave well alone.

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