I agree with King that Bleeping doesn't do torrent site help but it sounds like you can't even delete the file. So...
Try these steps.
1) Reboot the computer into Safe Mode. When the screen starts up tap F8 a number of times. This should take you to a menu. Choose Safe Mode (either one will do).
2) Now you are in safe mode, find the file and attempt to delete it.
3) Reboot the PC as you would normally, allowing a normal reboot.
If this does not work then right click the desktop and make a new folder. Move the file to this folder by right clicking and holding and dragging it to the folder. When you release the mouse button it will either move it or ask what you want to do with it (depends on the manufacturers settings). You want to move it.
After that delete the folder by right clicking and choose delete. If that doesn't work attempt to move the folder to the recycle bin (by dragging it). Then open the recycle bin and click File or Edit at the top and find Empty Recycle Bin.
If this does not work then right click the file and click Properties. Cut and paste the file path into a reply. The filepath is the bit that should start with C:\.
Edited by m0le, 02 December 2008 - 01:49 PM.