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recycle bin error

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#1 ashley_riot_111


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Posted 05 June 2010 - 06:46 PM

goodmorning everyone...

I'm having a problem with my recycle bin. This was 3 months ago and i didn't pay an attention to it because i thought this is only just a minor. There is an error when I'm emptying my recycle bin and this one always appear after clicking the empty recycle bin button "ERROR DELETING FILE or FOLDER - cannot delete FlashUtil10b: access denied make sure the disk is not full or write protected and so on"

But if you check the window, there isn't any file stored on the recycle bin. Even the status bar says " 0 objects 0 bytes"

here's a scenario for example...

I deleted a file (different file with the corrupt file on the error) last night and I emptied the bin. An error occur which is the one in a red font. On the desktop window, the recycle bin font is full. After waking-up this morning, I checked the bin's window and no files were there. So I clicked the empty recycle bin button. The last file I deleted last night pops out in a box which is "CONFIRM FILE DELETE". After I click yes, again, the error occur making the recycle bin not empty.

Sorry if I made a scenario here just to explain what happened.

So any idea how to remove this?

that's all. THANKS

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