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The Recycle Bin is corrupted on :/drive do you want to empty recyclebin on the drive


The Recycle Bin is corrupted on :/drive do you want to empty recyclebin on the drive

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We have the windows server 2008 R2 enterprise in the cluster and i each time i login i am facing this warning.

The Recycle Bin is corrupted on :/drive do you want to empty recycle bin on the drive

But i don't see any error or warning regrading this in the cluster events or the event viewer logs.Can any one help me in getting this done.
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I would just answer yes to this prompt.

Also I would post that question on a windows forum, its not MSSQL server related.

:-)

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Sometimes the Recycle Bin of a partition/volume can become corrupted. When it does it prevents you from deleting files or takes up space that cannot be reclaimed by emptying the Recycle Bin, or both. To reset the Recycle Bin for a particular volume or partition, start up a command prompt with Administrative privileges and delete the $RECYCLE.BIN folder from the partition/volume in question. Needless to say you will loose everything in that folder. When you delete a file on that volume/partition next, the Recycle Bin will be automatically regenerated.

Example command:

rd /s E:\$RECYCLE.BIN

Where E: is the volume or partition with the corrupt Recycle Bin.

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Sometimes the Recycle Bin of a partition/volume can become corrupted. When it does it prevents you from deleting files or takes up space that cannot be reclaimed by emptying the Recycle Bin, or both. To reset the Recycle Bin for a particular volume or partition, start up a command prompt with Administrative privileges and delete the $RECYCLE.BIN folder from the partition/volume in question. Needless to say you will loose everything in that folder. When you delete a file on that volume/partition next, the Recycle Bin will be automatically regenerated.

Example command:

rd /s E:\$RECYCLE.BIN

Where E: is the volume or partition with the corrupt Recycle Bin.

Prakash Bhojegowda MCSE, MCSA (SQL2012)
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