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When I delete some picture files or PDFs, I expect them to go to the trash bin. Instead (or in addition) they are copied, further stuffing my list of Documents. I have an HP Pavillion PC with Windows XP.
This is Windows way of protecting you from accidentally deleting files. When you delete files they are sent to the recycle bin but are not actually deleted until you empty the recycle bin. They are also stored as temporary files and do not get deleted until the computer is restarted. Windows also keeps track of all recently viewed files.
You can clear this list by right clicking on your task bar at the bottom of your screen and choosing "Properties", then the "Start Menu" tab, then "Customize", then "Advanced". Check "Clear List", click OK and Apply.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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do the following steps and your issue will be resolved.
Delete all unwanted data from Drive C.
Delete all data that you have copied from Drive C to External HDD
Open My computer and go to Tools---> Folder Options---->Click on View
Tab----> Check 'Show hidden files and folders' and select OK.
Go to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp and Delete
everything that you see inside Temp Folder
Go to C:\WINDOWS\ here you will find folders like $hf_mig$, here you will have
to Delete all the folders starting and ending with $ sign.
6) Empty Recycle bin and restart the PC
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