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Topic Title: Sorry! Admin Delete? No way to delete folder or file.
Topic Summary: Delete item in Opus
Created On: 09/05/2021 04:12 PM
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 Sorry! Admin Delete? No way to delete folder or file.   - Robert Snow - 09/05/2021 04:12 PM  
 Sorry! Admin Delete? No way to delete folder or file.   - dilligence - 09/06/2021 07:16 PM  
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Robert Snow
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I'm tring to delete a folder, "I:$RECYCLE.BIN", from a older harddrive. It looks like a system folder, with no value to me. There are many times when I try to delete a folder or file and I get the following:

 

User Account Control
Do you want to allow this app to make change to your device?
Directory Opus 12
Verified Publisher: GP Software
File Origin: Hard drive on this computer

 

I have tried couple ways to create a button with no luck. My last attempt was (Delete FAILNOTEMPTY NORECYCLE).

 

I could not find anything in the manual it relates to Admin Delete.

Bob



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Robert Snow
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 09/06/2021 07:16 PM
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dilligence
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I take it your regular Windows Explorer is still functional when you type Win+E or say "open this PC"? Can you delete the folder from there?

 

If not, install IObit Unlocker. It should create a context menu item to delete any file or folder:

https://www.iobit.com/en/iobit-unlocker.php

 

If that fails (not very likely) then you could try to get/create a Windows live CD/USB stick. That way you can always delete which ever folder/file you want. But be careful with that!   



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