I shredded an HTML link shortcut on my desktop. Not 'recycled' but shredded, using a program that deletes said data and fills it's place with random data, and then in turn replaces that with no data.
The problem is the Icon is still there. When I try to hit the delete key on it or manually move it to the recycle bin, it says that the shortcut is not there at all. Anyone know how to get rid of it, because restoring it isn't an option, lol.
Type - Laptop
Manufacturer - Acer
Model - Aspire 3690
OS - Windows Vista, 32-bit
Processor - Intel® Celeron® M CPU 420 @ 1.60GHz
RAM - 502 MB
HDD - 2, both 40 GB
Any help is appreciated and thanks in advance.
EDIT: Forgot to mention the program I used was AbsoluteShield File Shredder.
Edited by Tetsuji, 29 April 2008 - 01:28 AM.