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The Recycler folder is a hidden system directory Windows XP automatically creates on all local drives.
For example, when you highlight a file on the pen drive in Windows
Explorer and press the DEL key on your keyboard, the file is not
actually deleted. It is moved to the Recycler folder, so it can get restored using the Recycle bin icon on the desktop. The file is physically deleted when the user calls the "Empty Recycle Bin" option from the recycle bin's context menu, or when the recycle bin gets too full. The default maximum capacity is set to 10% of the volume size.
Normally, the Recycled folder is hidden, you'll notice it only if you configure Windows Explorer to show you hidden files. You cannot get rid of it permanently - if you delete it, it gets recreated automatically, as you noticed yourself. This is intended behavior.
Nowadays there are USB plug-n-play sound cards available in the market. I wouldn't even call it a card coz its so small just like a pen drive with two sound jacks; one for Line IN and one for Line OUT. So whenever your sound section on your motherboard conks off, use this to connect your desktop speakers. The sound outpu is not that bad either.
You are getting this problem not because of ur pendrive as you said that Same problem is occuring even if you are playing audio or video files from HD.
The problem would be occuring because of:
1. missing of codec.sys files that enables ur system to play any video or Audio files.
2. Missing of ur system media *.dll file.
3. It can also be caused due to viruses.
You need not to worry about this thing. Follow the following steps to fixya problem:
1. It is recommended to restore ur system which will fix missing media system files or any error that leads ur system Hang.
2. To Restore ur System: Go to "Start"-> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "System Tools" And then Click "System Restore".
3. You'll be able to see the wizard to restore ur system.
4. Now select the redio button to choose different restore point.
5. Select the restore point, you suspect that ur system was functioning well at that point. You can select different resotre point by scrolling the calender.
6. select the restore point and click Next to restore ur system.
7. System will restart automatically to restore ur sytem.
Its a common problem with the pendrive, in windows. some time it doesnot detect or not showing clearly that device. you have to check your pendrive manufacturer and driver details. and also check it out driver signing.
Do you have mapped network drives on your computer? If you have this
may cause your problem. When you insert the PEN Drive into USB and
the "safely remove hardware" icon appers try to right-click on it and
choose "eject" or "remove" (don't remember :), then pull the PEN
DRIVE from the USB and connect it again. Go to Windows Explorer and try
to open all your mapped drives, then the content of your PEN DRIVE
must be loaded into your Windows Explorer. This is happened sometimes,
because PEN DRIVE try to assign the first free drive letter after
your phisical drive letters, and if you have a mapped drive letter, the PEN DRIVE assign one of them.
Right click the recycle bin in 'my computer' or on the desktop and goto the properties.
You may then configure the recycle bin for each drive or turn it off altogether.
Once it is turned off for a particular drive you may remove the recycler folder (ignore the warning) it will not re-appear again when you delete files.