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unable to delete files off my desktop

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Hi, can anyone help with this.
I am new to Mac. I love it but I have two files on my desktop that I cannot delete.
First a file called EDEA1100 appeared and then another one called AF5FF000 appeared.
When I drag them to trash I get a message stating that they cannot be deleted.
When I click get info, I get nothing.
Please help.
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