Resolve Win2008 Recycle Bin can't clear fault


In Windows Server 2008 system environment, we sometimes see the recycle bin icon on the system desktop as full, but double-click the icon to enter the recycle bin window and find it inside. Nothing is there, right-click on the recycle bin icon and execute the "empty recycle bin" command in the shortcut menu, the system will still appear “ whether to delete ……” Prompt message. In the face of such a strange fault, what should we do to deal with it? This phenomenon is mostly caused by obvious errors in the disk partition of Windows Server 2008 system or bad sectors of the hard disk. To avoid the above strange faults, we can Follow the steps below: First, double-click the "computer" icon in the Windows Server 2008 system desktop, and click the <quo;Tools”/“Folder Options” command in the subsequent window. In the Folder Options Settings dialog box, click the “View” tab, and select the "Show hidden files and folders" option in the corresponding tab settings page, and uncheck "Don't hide protected operating system files". ” The selected state of the option (as shown), then click the "OK" button in the corresponding interface to complete the folder option setting operation; secondly open the "Start" menu of the Windows Server 2008 system, from which point Select “Program”/“Accessories”/“Command Prompt” And right-click the option with the right mouse button from the pop-up shortcut menu to execute "Run as administrator" & rdquo; command, open the corresponding system DOS command line work window; Enter the string command in the DOS command line state ;cd\\”, click the Enter key, then execute the string command “chkdsk /f”, then check the volume after reboot, continue to execute the string command "ldrib c:\ ecycled -s - r -h”; Similarly, we will remove the recycle bin folder system properties under several other system disk partitions; next, with Winrar professional tools, through the powerful file management function of the tool, open each system disk in turn. The recycle bin folder below the partition, and then delete the files below the corresponding folder, if we find that some files still can not be deleted normally, you can consider using the disk defragmentation tool that comes with Windows Server 2008 system to the corresponding disk Partition to carry out the finishing operation, and finally restart the corresponding system, I believe that this can be Now forced to empty the trash object of the system.

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