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Recycle Bin Corrupted?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by antech, Apr 5, 2010.

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  1. antech

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    My Recycle Bin got corrupted (as told by windows 7 ultimate edition) on disk E.
    Here are the screenshots attached.
    The message poped up when i recently about 10 min ago ,restarted my laptop (Acer Aspire 5100)
     

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  3. antech

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    As like a magic spell casted,
    it Windows by itself fixed the problem somehow.
    It was not persistant though.
    BTW,thanks anyway...
     
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    The problem and the popup comes again and again..............
    Didnt got fixed by the above solution.
    The buttons now dont appear in the recycle bin but the message has been eliminated.
    In my previous post when I click "Yes" it says that I need Administrator access to do so
    (This is the Hidden Administrator account in 7)
    Screenshot Attached....
     

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