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Cannot remove folder Dc39: Access is denied

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#1 J.R. Sanford

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Posted 18 June 2011 - 10:41 AM

Whenever I empty my Recycle Bin, I get the pop up "error" that says, "Cannot remove folder Dc39: Access is denied" even though I don't see it in the Recycle Bin. I've searched My Computer (hidden file and folders included)and never found anything. I searched the Registry and renamed every entry with the obvious Dc39 on it. My Recycle Bin desktop Icon shows that it should have some contents. When I open the Recycle Bin, it is empty. I've scanned with almost every spyware, anti virus (DAMN AVG!), ComboFix, Malware, Windows Malicious Software Remover with no help. I cannot figure this out. :busy: Anyone got any ideas what to do?
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Posted 18 June 2011 - 01:42 PM

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