When I succeed in deleting this folder, I will return. Reply ↓ Tony Terry 2011/05/29 at 7:17 PM Thanks for that - I've struggled to get rid of a folder that ended with"." for ages. This might work. Follow the steps below to delete these types of files.If you already know the path to the file, please skip to Step 7Click on Start, Find, Files and FoldersType the name http://ebprovider.com/cannot-delete/cannot-delete-file-file-system-error-1148-win2k.php
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SOMEONE TAKE ME OUT OF THIS NIGHTMARISH HELL THATS BEING GOING ON FOR OVER 2 MONTHS NOW!!!!!! Where before I was unable to even browse the subfolders I can now browse them. Edited by D_Vincent, 08 February 2008 - 11:08 AM. Now, I said NEARLY 100% of the time. see this here
It worked! Both can be googled. but forgot a few links. You could try the subst method described in Shorten names.
The first line of each pair is the current file or folder path and name with \??\ in front of it. Reboot again An even stronger measure would be to reboot, then try the previous methods again. after losing a lot of sweat, this worked so easily! Cannot Delete File Access Denied Make Sure Disk Not Full If/when it works you get no response but typing "attrib *.*" will show that the file has gone.
Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Cannot Delete File Access Denied Not the answer you're looking for? The move operation is performed directly after the next reboot. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/298345 CHKDSK forced my drive to dismount.
Login to post comments Thank you Tue, 2009-11-03 18:11 by admin I had missed that one, even though I have done this operation many times. Can't Delete File Windows 7 http://www.ubcd4win.com/ (requires xp install cd to create) http://www.reatogo.de/REATOGO.htm (requires xp install cd to create) http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/ (requires xp install cd to create) http://www.vistape.net/index.php (requires vista install dvd to create) Try booting up These are frequently simple files like videos (AVI), MP3s or other seemingly harmless files. You try to delete the file, Windows waits a few seconds before announcing that access is denied, the file is currently in use and cannot be deleted.
Your computer still thinks it is being used. http://superuser.com/questions/229563/how-to-delete-files-and-folders-that-cannot-be-deleted Partial Solution: Rename all directories until the total path length is less than 100. Cannot Delete Folder Windows 7 Login to post comments can't delete folders Wed, 2013-08-21 19:36 by sigrossman OK, so this worked for me and maybe will work for you in Windows 7. Cannot Delete Folder Could Not Find This Item The Path Too Long Utility 5.
rd /s "\\?\C:\1\2\Favorites\Wien\What To Do.." ...should do the job! :-) The /s parameter removes all directories and files in the specified directory in addition to the directory itself. More about the author I love XP, but I am going to have to upgrade some time in my life. Using one of the three tools shown above, you should be able to remove those annoying undeleteable files once and for all. Your lucky you weren't playing with PCs in the 80s. Cannot Delete Folder Windows 10
So if the file is in use, how do you delete it?I'll show you several ways of removing these types of files and even some freeware programs that help you remove I was able to delete the 2nd folder C:\1\2\Favorites\Photography\FIRE - the problem being that there was an invisible trailing space at the end. I used third party things, like File Unlocker.. check my blog XP complains about not being able to find the file.
If the file is an AVI, in particular a DivX AVI, try renaming it and then deleting it. Can't Delete Folder Open In Another Program Back to top #12 Wendy K. And now I'm spending an hour trying to work a Windows-based Slax installer program that has been discontinued and I only found by way of the Internet Archive and it doesn't
Orange Blossom Help us help you. where the hell are you seeing these options? I have an old workhorse XP Pro workstation. Cannot Delete Folder Access Denied As for SMART readings, Google released a report here that basically said you can't put too much weight on most of those readings: labs.google.com/papers/disk_failures.pdf Also chkdsk /R reported nothing wrong.
This is likely because certain things in users' profiles folders are set up to only have permissions for that user and no one else, and are set not to inherit permissions Walker Members 633 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Location:In The Treeline 300 Yards Behind You, Tracking Your Every Move Through A Sniper Scope Local time:04:42 AM Posted 08 February 2008 - 11:18 Sign in to make your opinion count. http://ebprovider.com/cannot-delete/cannot-delete-file-file-system-error.php Login to post comments If all else fails Wed, 2009-07-29 03:59 by the_kut How I got this forum is interesting: while trying to convert my C: drive from FAT32 to NTFS
did not touch it. Home | Contact Us | Disclaimer and Privacy @ 2016 SoftwarePatch. Table of contents for this article Reboot Reboot, then delete. My Web Search Removal Help Ten Steps to Trouble-Free Computing Know Your System Create an Emergency Boot Disk Tune Your Hard Drive Store With a Plan Backup Your Data Keep Your
As for the other, have you checked the properties? I would also recommend making a backup of your important files before anything. The simple but effective solution [meanwhile slightly enhanced] was the following: Right click on the problem folder --> Properties.