We need to correct your attempt at DDL. By definition, a table must have a key, but this is impossible with your DDL because both columns are NULL You have used SQL Server to mimic a deck of punch cards!
While usually not a problem. Technically, the path filenames have to be about 255 characters long. Why are you still using the old Sybase insert into syntax? We got rid of that syntax decades ago. Why don't you know the proper format (ISO 8601) for a date? Is that something you inherited from incorrectly designed files in the first place?
CREATE TABLE Filecabinet
PRIMARY KEY (???));
You actually had two rows that were identical (NULL, NULL) makes no sense. Here is a correction to the "current" ISO standard syntax.
INSERT INTO Filecabinet
(NULL,'02/07/2010 09:45 583680 inr.mdb'),
(NULL,'18/11/2019 09:30 1245184 model.mdf'),
(NULL,'18/11/2019 09:30 4194303 master.mdf'),
(NULL,'18/11/2019 09:30 5111808 msdbdata.mdf'),
(NULL,'19/11/2019 16:31 1060864 dhcp.mdb'),
Please post DDL and follow ANSI/ISO standards when asking for help.