Right click on the file >Properties >Security
From there you can change permission settings; however, if this is a corrupt file it may or may not respond to changing the settings.
Just in case you can find no other alternatives you might try a small utility that I use all the time: Take Ownership
This installs quickly, and has a right click entry in the shell menu. Just right click on the file, choose Take Ownership, and it makes the necessary registry changes so that you have complete control over that file. I am not sure if it works on a folder or not. This may be a "ghost" folder and really has nothing in it and may even be virtual only, meaning that it exists only in memory.
Since you are not sure where this came from, investigate thoroughly before attempting this. I also strongly suggest that you have an image backup of your main drive, just in case unexpected results happen.
upload the pics and vids on its card
How big is the camera card? 250megs? If the phantom is supposedly the same size of your camera card, It may be a leftover from that, possibly a corrupt registry key. You can try a registry search with regedit using the exact same name. If you find a key with the exact same name and delete it that may solve your problem. Again, have a dependable backup that you can use in case of unexpected results.
Edited by ranchhand_, 15 August 2016 - 03:33 PM.