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eucarya October 13. 2008 07:47 @eucarya: I'm not sure what you're having difficulty understanding. D. I tried Safe Mode, i tried overwriting with another folder (unamed and with the same name)...no joy. Thanks in advancevasssos vasssos September 20. 2008 07:38 Jason, and all others who may be running XP with SP3, I found a possible solution as well.From the command prompt, navigate via Source

That's all for now. (Aint that honkin enough?! ) Tony G, Dec 5, 2007 #3 Tony G Guest I'm confused as to why there is no response from Microsoft to Thank you! Just as an FYI for anyone using SyncToy, it seems to skip open files, like other backup programs. More Features FreeFileSync isn’t completely bloated with unnecessary options, but it offers more features than SyncToy.

Edit: I forgot to mention that the MAX_PATH limitation is for XP and earlier. So to all of you out there that may not be getting this done with the dot, try a space.Thanks again! There may be some hacker potential for this method of creating (practically) undeletable files. Word for nemesis that does not refer to a person Why is bench pressing your bodyweight harder than doing a pushup?

Verify the item's location and try again. The answer: a Mac. technique works on xp v5.1 sp3 build 2600 (Pro) thanks a zillion. finally got rid of that thing :/ many thanks! :) Anon October 5. 2008 10:59 thankyou so much!

Pramod August 13. 2009 21:20 This Worked for Me !!!Many thanks Duncan. You found the solution. Other folders do, but this one has just empty space. I had a stupid torrent file on my desktop forever that I was having this problem with, this did the trick for it :D myfinalheaven333 January 17. 2009 10:58 Many Thanks

The latter does not always count the number of files and folders correctly. It deleted that annoying file right off of my desktop with easy! As the original title of the file was important (a description of the photograph in the file), I modified the file properties(link: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-au/windows-vista/add-tags-or-other-properties-to-a-file then read the section To add or modify Anurag Anil May 9. 2009 15:11 Great!

tc November 5. 2009 07:13 I finally did it. You can maximize and increase the size of the form but the grid (and surrounding panel) are always the same size. (So what good is that? ) That's it ... Thanks for the suggestion about Global settings.xml file Tony Reply Chris Hoffman June 23, 2012 at 6:56 pm It's sadly pretty typical for open source software -- the program is reliable THANKyou thankyouthankyou!

Advertisements Latest Threads MISSING what would you ? http://netlookmag.com/synctoy-error/synctoy-error-log-9-log.html Worked for me. It's all or nothing. File deleted successfully RP May 12. 2009 17:31 Thank you.

Avoided copying 32,520,914,827 bytes in 52,591 files that did not require action. Grrrrrr .. kkw July 26. 2009 15:04 My only additional suggestion is that you go to Properties to make sure you have the exact file name. have a peek here V_R posted Dec 6, 2016 at 9:57 AM WCG Stats Tuesday 06 December 2016 WCG Stats posted Dec 6, 2016 at 8:00 AM Run-time Error '1004' Drak posted Dec 6, 2016

I tried to move it, rename it, etc -- no dice. Reply Amadou March 22, 2012 at 9:50 am ???????? ???? ??????????? ?? ?????? ???????????? ????????? rajkuma April 6. 2009 12:44 Well done man.....

rmdir [your 8 bit filename] Ben October 19. 2008 15:52 Thank you sooo much.

Copied 5,924,984 bytes in 4 files in 00:00:01:622. SyncToy options were: Active for run all All files included No files excluded Do not check file contents Include read-only files Include hidden files Include system files Backup older files (send You are smarter than the MS guys :) Ravi August 3. 2009 16:09 I know this conversation is over a year old, but I had to reply: Tech Guy, you are Werner Kraus, Oct 31, 2006, in forum: Windows XP Photos Replies: 1 Views: 432 Guest Nov 1, 2006 SyncToy 1.2 worked with XP x64 SyncToy 1.4 does not.

But once I realized that, I was golden. Page 1 of 2 « ‹ 1 2 › » › Want to share your thoughts? Duncan Smart September 24. 2008 08:50 hey thanks for the quick reply.I tried what you said but i get "The system cannot find the path specified" even though i can see http://netlookmag.com/synctoy-error/synctoy-error-cannot-read-from-the-source-file-system-volume-information.html the file name, directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect2.