Originally Posted by root
try right clicking on our recycle bin
now select not to use any space on the drives and check the box that says to not move files to the recycle bin when deleted, press apply.
then make sure that you can access the drive, (as it should hopefully have deleted the recycler folder, then enable the recycle bin again, (assuming that you even use it at all). if you never use it, and only delete things that you want to delete you could leave the recycle bin disabled altogether.
tried reinstalling xp, fixed nothing.
was able to use device manager to fix my slave HDD.
but still have the same problem with my other hard drive.
upon restarting xp i get this
"An exception occurred while trying to run "C:\WINDOWS\system32\NvCpl.dll, NvStartup"
not sure if thats affecting whats wrong.
i set up my unaccessable HDD to be shared and such.
it shows up on my pc as a shared folder.
so i can't access it directly but i can access it remotely?