can’t find cookie/cookies folder in my Home Windows Vista Home Premium

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  1. Stannny

    Stannny

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    Hello!
    I’ll be appreciate if you give me any clue to my query!
    I can’t find cookie/cookies folder in my Home Windows Vista Home Premium.
    I know that all the experts refer to this folder:
    C:\Users\Stas\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows
    But this folder and all subdirectories of it don’t contain COOKIE folder.
    And I even do have “Show hidden files and folders” radio button checked.

    Where is it??? Please! help me!!!
     
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    You will find cookies in the following two locations:
    C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Cookies\Low

    The AppData folder is hidden, so you will have to unhide it in Windows Explorer before you can see it, or inside it.
     
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    Thanks for reply!!! BUT as I wrote in previous post:
    1. I DO HAVE “Show hidden files and folders” radio button checked! //and I DO see hidden files!
    2. I'm a root user on my PC, and my user name is "Stas", so
    This folder: "C:\Users\Stas\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows" DOESN'T contain COOKIE folder and all subdirectories of it on my computer (Windows Vista Home Premium) don’t contain COOKIE folder.
    If you do not believe me, I can make a printscreen!!!

    So isn't it a really tricky ussue!!!?
    PLEASE HELP!!!!!!! Where is COOKIE???
     
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    Stannny, Nov 18, 2010
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    An Issue is hasn't really fixed or solved still !!!
    I need help!!! please!!!
     
    Stannny, Nov 22, 2010
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    You need to also uncheck hidden system files in combination with unchecking hidden files and folders. Type this in your search pane Shell:APPDATA this will bring up all of the folders you need to look in. The low folder will contain the files you are looking for.
     
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