Posted 17 January 2011 - 11:59 AM
I'm not sure when this started or why - but I'm getting a ton of files in my recycle bin, all of them zero bytes, all
of them named sequentially: "test.file, test_1.file, test_2.file" etc.
Since they are zero bytes, I cannot find any info about them within the file, and there is no file info in 'properties' either.
The files are created daily, sometimes multiple times during the day.
I cannot relate the times to anything on my system, nor can I relate it to any specific application (nothing new except Norton Security Suite installed on 1.6.2011)
The only thing I've been able to find that might be related are 3 'system' folders at C:\ named: "QuiBB2.tmp, QuiBB3.tmp, QuiBB4.tmp" (yes, folders not files)
To make things even stranger, the files only appear in the recycle bins of my network drive (Synology), but the folders are on my local system at C:. I've had my Synology drive for 8 months and this has never happened, so i don't think it's related to the drive.
The only apps I have that begin with "Qui" are "Quicken Deluxe 2011" and Quicktime.
Anyone have any ideas??