worked great Randy April 16. 2009 20:09 Thank you so much - my server just been hacked with 10gb of s**t - this save my life, many thanks man. If I check the following 2 options, then this error will not more exists. Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2016 MakeUseOf. Even Unlocker wouldn't do it for me. http://netlookmag.com/synctoy-error/synctoy-error-cannot-read-from-the-source-file-system-volume-information.html
Thanks! -Dave Tuesday, March 30, 2010 2:33 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi fellow, This is a common issue. Those guys RULE! Any thoughts? I am grateful.
It turns out the problem was: the filename ended with a dot, e.g. I tried FileAssassin, File&Folder Unlocker, MoveonBoot etc, etc, etc. Finally, I can delete that annoying file on my office pc desktop.... You, my friend are awesome; your method worked perfectly.
I shall take up his suggestion (tks) to run checkdisk on the drive. Fernnado January 20. 2009 22:35 THANKS SO MUCH BRO!!! Once I deleted the subfolders and all that was left was c:\myfiles\badfolder, the suggesions that Ben had worked.4. Registered: Sep 22, 2008Posts: 9074 Posted: Thu May 19, 2011 11:35 am Skoop, here are a couple of links which may help you work through your SyncToy issue:This Mark Wilson blog
Tech Guy June 12. 2008 19:19 INTRIGUING.Thanks for the heads up on that Duncan. -=N=- July 18. 2008 03:18 In addition to this you can try reading this:www.softwaretipsandtricks.com/.../...ile-disk.htmlThis is unlocker(it'll do Will be getting on to Dabs.ie tomorrow. Clearly on a subconscious level I have deep trust issues. Your tip helped also in this case.
Andrew November 2. 2008 08:59 ..OMG! How should I tell my employer? Graham March 23. 2009 16:21 Thanks. Changed the attribute "read only" by unchecking and now files are copying as they should.
I suffered for one year with one file/notfile on my Destop (no possibility for change name, delete or move through normal way) Vašek May 21. 2009 20:51 Thanks! http://netlookmag.com/synctoy-error/synctoy-error-log-9-log.html Can you please help me with this. The file name I was trying to delete was "Fwd_ FW_ Transplant....." On the first ten tries, I did not realize there were *spaces* in the file name! In my case, it was a space at the end of too-long filenames.(It worked even though I have SP3!)Perhaps these WERE a deliberate trap...
Ijust noticed this site - two days back - Please help me. Dinarius Registered User 25-May-2011 16:57 #11 Final update:Gave up and took it to the doctor. I looked closely once and it turned out to be "Mafia " (with a space at the end). have a peek here That file has been a blight on my desktop for weeks but it just now started bothering me to the point where I was moved to try and find an answer.
Anonymous November 3, 2012 at 12:27 pm Run checkdisk on the drive in question. In my case the last character in the name appeared to be a space. Alex January 24. 2009 03:23 Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!
it worked for me. J April 12. 2009 12:30 worked for me!! The suprising thing is, this dot named folder was created by Microsoft webcast website when I tried to download its presentation in live meeting format. Check This Out I also tried to run as "adminstrator" by going into the program folder and right clicking application file directly and running as adminstrator and that worked as well.
It will copy whole Zip files. Resolved now, thanks! I had no success either when I invoked Microsoft maintenance solution or taking ownership (Tks ha). Tacojew22 tacojew22 November 21. 2008 05:50 I had the same problem, but with spaces in start and the end of the file name.
I couldn't get the folders removed any other way. Some where in some manual the exact syntax rules of these DOS commands is documented, I'm sure. Tuc June 21. 2009 05:47 PRECIATE THAT HELP WITH USING THE UNLOCKER PROGRAM, WORKS LIKE A FUKIN CHARM YA DIG!! Ryan G July 27. 2009 21:05 I tried the syntax above for the removal of folder to which I receive a response "Are you sure ?
SyncBack appears to be a decent alternative.I appreciate the suggestions and the recommendation of SyncBack. Oneil Williams December 7. 2008 23:07 Thanks a lot! Chrome August 25. 2008 14:46 great! Ben May 26. 2009 10:59 Thanks Keith, that worked perfectly.
Frank B July 21. 2009 09:18 open command prompt.then select the in which the file you want to delete is placed.use dir command.use the tab key to select the file u So how did this file get created in the first place? I'm the only user on this computer and always logged in as an administrator.