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Comment 1 Mike Cowperthwaite 2005-02-24 10:00:25 PST You're using IMAP mail? File system error (1026)." >> >> > >> >> > Now what? Pat Morton, Apr 23, 2001 #11 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. You fixed it's file table entry. http://epssecurenet.com/file-system/file-system-error-1026.html

I have a number of folders in the c:\Windows directory that I cannot delete (they all start with lots of underscore ______) and also 4 shortcuts in the quick link bar If this happens again, I will for the benefit of this forum document my problem better (full file names etc.) so that perhaps a way may be found to delete troublesome Please excuse this if it's confusing. Any other ideas. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/180680

This error doesn't only happen with my K-Meleon file, but most files opened in 7-zip or WinRAR as well. I have checked out the MS products support for this error but I really don't think their solution pertains to this. Again, check available disk space. No.

I've got this problem on a USB flash memory yesterday and I had to re-format it to solve the problem. File system error (1026)." Now what? Pat Morton, Apr 19, 2001 #1 Sponsor brianF Joined: Dec 2, 1999 Messages: 12,041 did you check task manager to see if a prank program is running, hit control alt All rights reserved. © IDG Communications TR: File system error (1026) - Win98 FR&EN and extended character s Jean-Christophe Heger jcheger at edensprings.ch Sun Apr 15 11:52:13 GMT 2001 Previous message:

File system error (1026)." > >So I attempted to just delete the file. keep up the good suggestions guys. I am using Windows Server 2008 R2 as domain controller. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-file-system-error-1026-on-desktop.42275/ I got the following error message: >> >> > >> >> > "Cannot rename file.

This KB article *might* help, if you ignore >> the "Causes" and simply try the suggested fixes. >> >> Might also try restarting in Command Prompt Only mode and drill down Might also try restarting in Command Prompt Only mode and drill down to the Favorites folder, and then delete the file there. -- Gary S. I had already tried one of them. For more details see Persona Deprecated.

Terhune > >> MS-MVP Shell/User > >> > >> "thomas" <[email protected]> wrote in message > >> news:%[email protected] > >> >I was attempting to backup my Favorites onto a floppy, when I after formatting it gives error that system has recovered form serious error and a log file h solution More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish The 500 deleteme files are gone. I'm assuming when you say "all the hard drive space possible" you mean you made a single large Partition on it (you have only a C-Drive).

So I attempted to add > > the .URL extension. http://epssecurenet.com/file-system/windows-file-system-error-1073741819.html Of course, you could always change your TEMP folder's location to a really big partition with lots of free space. How about you tell us how big your Hard Disk is AND how big your OS Partition is AND how large your Compressed File is AND how big it will expand Let me know how to properly find how much a hard drive is full if possible!).

As it is, you have what appears to be a corrupt file. With advice, I tried to get rid of them by starting in MS-Dos mode and this worked for all but two of them which, even in MS-Dos, the system would not Terhune > MS-MVP Shell/User > > > "thomas" <[email protected]> wrote in message > news:%[email protected] > > Thanks for the quick reply, > > > > The file name is "$23.01 Battery Source Comment 10 Wayne Mery (:wsmwk, NI for questions) 2009-07-03 07:20:37 PDT if this is a w98-only bug, and if it still affects trunk, it will not be fixed - win98 will

Terhune" wrote in message >> > news:[email protected] >> >> You neglected a crucial bit of info--What is the name of the file? >> >> >> >> -- >> >> Gary One of my kids clicked and downloaded a file from her chat room. Then recreate the directory and move your other files back.

I got the following error >> > message: >> >> > >> >> > "Cannot delete file.

This KB article *might* help, if you ignore > >> the "Causes" and simply try the suggested fixes. > >> > >> Might also try restarting in Command Prompt Only mode Click Apply and then Ok. Cannot Delete File: File System Error (1026): http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000368.htm Regards, Bill Watt Computer Help and Information http://home.ptd.net/~bwatt/ Thomas 8 September 2005 12:57:00 Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?) Thanks, that's pretty much Was this page useful?

You know, you could burn a few of your Compressed File to CD, delete off the Partition, and extract directly from the CD, right? It is not simple to describe. It would be a great pleasure to know I have helped you, and that the fix worked and might help others. have a peek here I'd check the "Free Space" on that Partition as you may have eaten it alive.

So, the files won't be written with the same charater set. I tried the CTRL-drag workaround and it makes no difference ie. Reply With Quote April 11th, 2001,07:12 PM #4 maxximilian View Profile View Forum Posts Madd Maxx Join Date Jan 2001 Location Allegheny County,PA, USA Posts 4,033 I don't know anything networking, Comment 5 Gary Ruben 2005-02-25 16:10:09 PST (In reply to comment #4) > Hmm.

Make sure you > >specify the correct path and file name." > > > >The named file was without a link icon (the blue "e" with the arrow), which > >indicated The corrupt link file was not in itself important. I've verified this is not a problem in WinXP. Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of 23 Thread: cannot delete file, file system error (1026)?

Link? Have a most excellent day, dude/ette. It keeps giving me this error (check subject). Just options, not sure if they will work or not. [Edited by brianF on 04-19-2001 at 06:06 PM] brianF, Apr 19, 2001 #2 Kento Joined: Aug 2, 2000 Messages: 3,004

I haven't tried changing the temp folder yet and the temp folder is the default size included with a Windows 98 installation Edited April 20 by ~‚ô•Aiko‚ô•Chan‚ô•~ 0 Share this post This KB article *might* help, if you ignore >> the "Causes" and simply try the suggested fixes. >> >> Might also try restarting in Command Prompt Only mode and drill down All rights reserved. Test your internet connection If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above.

I got the following error message: > > "Cannot rename file. I got the following error message: > > > >"Cannot delete file. Feedback Doctor's Lounge « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Users Browsing this Thread There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests) Posting Permissions