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I would like help on making a boot-able USB that would delete a .exe file in the D partition (Windows). How can I make this possible?

I have searched all over Google and still I found nothing.

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Why not just use an Ubuntu Live CD? It should give you access to your NTFS drives to get rid files in question. – Brutick Nov 22 '12 at 19:30
In addition to what Brutick suggested, why precisely are you trying to automate something like this? – Karan Nov 22 '12 at 19:41

Create a Linux LiveUSB and boot from that:

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