There is no definitive explanation why this folder appears when XP is
installed. The best explanation I have seen is that it is associated with
some kind of obscure license agreement between Microsoft and Xerox for the
Windows Image Aquisition Service.
What is true about this folder:
It is protected by Windows System File Protection and cannot be deleted.
Actually, it can be deleted from outside Windows, but it will be replaced
when XP is restarted.
It is 0 bytes, so it does not take up any space.
It is best to simply ignore it.
It does no harm and is not associated with any virus.
I have seen at least one curious/paranoid person completely trash their
system trying to get rid of it.
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