How Do I Get Rid of Non-Existent Recycle Bins
Posted on 2011-10-01
I am running Windows 7 with an external hard drive connected to my Linksys router. I have a problem where any time I delete a file from the router or even my desktop, I get error messages saying many of the recycle bin locations are corrupt. I can click through the messages and eventually the file will be deleted.
I think my problem stems from nonexistent recycle bins listed in the Recycle Bin properties. It seems to me at one point I had specific folders mapped. I no longer do but Windows thinks there is a recycle bin out there in these locations.
I have searched on these file paths in the registry to no avail.
How can I remove non-existent recycle bins from Recycler?