Wow, that quietman guy, someone points out a genuine problem with the software and he's all like "any problems caused by our program when not run under our supervision with 3 forms of ID in the presence of a notary public are your fault, and furthermore there is a CAUSAL relationship between any problem our software causes and the fact that it was not run under our explicit direction (of course you can be sure I'll deny this if you actually DO run the program under our direction and experience the same effect, which of course you will)." I wonder if in real life he's a lawyer for a fortune 500 company that uses sweatshop child labor in 3rd world countries to underbid everyone else.
So I have the same thing going on, and I actually tried unlocker, here 2 help, before even finding this post, the problem is, it moves the directory to the recycle bin, and it STILL can't be deleted. It says I do not have permission to access the directory, EVEN WHILE IT IS IN THE RECYCLE BIN! I told unlocker to delete it WHILE it was in the recycle bin, it disappeared but another undeletable directory appears in its stead, with the name "Dc45", and then I deleted "Dc45", and it disappeared and "Dc46" and "Dc47" are there. I had no problem deleting "Dc46", but "Dc47" had the same problem, and so when I used unlocker, it disappeared and "Dc48", "Dc49" and "Dc50" appeared, 2 of which could be deleted. Being a glutton for punishment and a sucker for experimentation, I ran combofix again, expecting that I could at least use unlocker to move one of the undeletable directories inside the other and put them both in the recycle bin and and up with a single undeletable Dc directory, but no, it can't even move one inside the other, and now I have 2 undeletable directories. Nuts, don't you think? Unlocker had no problem moving the directory, or renaming the directory, I can even move it out of the recycle bin and I've put it in a folder called "crud" and renamed them to "bad directory 1" and "bad directory 2", but they still sit there, undeletable (nor can I delete the root "crud" directory). Die, bad directory, die! How do I change the file permissions on that directory?