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(Resolved) Recycle Bin bypassed w/o Consent

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Boo_Compaq, Apr 7, 2004.

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  1. Boo_Compaq

    Boo_Compaq Thread Starter

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    Well i tried posting in the Win xp forum, but no one has been able to help so far...

    http://forums.techguy.org/t217927.html

    Basically, i didnt tell windows to bypass my recycle bin and just straight delete, but it is doing it anyways. Ive tried registry fixes, checking settings, ownership (an option i dont have).

    Ive tried a lot of things....but i just need to know if anyone has any suggestions, or something that will for sure fix this (i.e. i heard something about using deltree on the recycle bin to fix it...just not sure how to do it or if i should try it)

    Any help is greatly appreciated
     
  2. Davey7549

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    Have you looked into the possiblilty that the files are actually in the recycle bin but are not being listed.

    Have a look at this Webpage and see if the suggested fixes surface a different problem.

    Dave
     
  3. Boo_Compaq

    Boo_Compaq Thread Starter

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    First off...its fixed.

    lol...well i went to that site before, and used the registry fixes they had on there...they didnt work.

    Now i used the no nuke on delete fix, and now the recycle bin works. No clue how it changed in the first place, but glad its fixed now.

    Thanx for everyones help :) (especially davey :D)
     
  4. Davey7549

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    Glad all is well now.
    Will consider this matter resolved.

    Dave
     
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