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I have a problem with my PC. I've turned it on this morning and I saw my HDD full, after a search I found that a hidden folder called "recyclebin" have been created, I have delete it and than has appear again, I've search with malwarebytes full version an nothing was found. What do you guys think??? After delete it has been recreated and start collecting files of 2gb!!!! Look at the pictures!

 

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Even with Show hidden files... checked and and Hide operating system files... unchecked I have no folder recyclebin in Windows 7 installation.


Gerry Howard

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in my  c drive   I  got the recycle bin  folder


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But every time I delete the files from recycle bin it will fill again until my hdd is red!!!!


on my other pc i don't have this folder


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Try scrolling down below "Network" on the left hand pane to "Recycle Bin", click on it and at the top choose "Empty Recycle Bin". :D


Steve Waite: Engineer at codelegend.com

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But every time I delete the files from recycle bin it will fill again until my hdd is red!!!!

 

Strange the only times the cycle bin get used if  you delete things so cant see how its getting full all the time? Unless you picked up some malware or  virus  and  this is causing  your issue?  just a thought  could be  completely  wrong


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in my  c drive   I  got the recycle bin  folder

 

The OP has the folder recyclebin. I have the folder $Recycle.bin. They are different.

 

My $Recycle.bin contains 3 folders;

Recycle Bin - which  lists files in the recycle bin on my desktop

S-1-5-20 -which is not accessible

S-1-5-20-21-291488198-... -  which is empty


Gerry Howard

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I think it was http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/289569/infected-by-recycler-recyclebin-virusworm/, i've found it with SpyHunter. Thx for help!


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