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Why erasing $RECYCLE.BIN does transforming on to a number?

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#1 hecs


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Posted 08 July 2016 - 03:05 AM

i did erasing the $RECYCLE.BIN and it gets transformed to a number then I erased that, again and the number is trnsformed on to another number, I didit several times and it is transformed again, until I eliminate that with the unlocker utility, then it is send to a Recycler (but I did configurate the  Recycle to "Don't move files to the Recycle Bin,,,bla bla"), Also I did the elimination of "System Volume Information" with utilities to unlock that fille, taking the propertiy of it, ann unlock the data hanging un it then I could erase it, So i erase again the $RECYCLE.BIN an I can erase it. If I reboolt

and things are coming back okey. Then after some time, doing work, I do try again about the $RECYCLE.BIN erasing it and start doing again the conversion to numbers.

How could I get rid of that behaivior?

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#2 FreeBooter


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Posted 08 July 2016 - 03:43 AM

May i ask why you are deleting the $RECYCLE.BIN folder and messing around with  "System Volume Information" folder.

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#3 inkoalawetrust


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Posted 08 July 2016 - 04:56 AM

Like FreeBooter said why are you deleting $RECYCLE.BIN in the first place ?




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