Cannot Delete File Read From Source File Or Disk
It went away. ren [your 8 bit filename] to something like "temp"4. it rocks. 0 Message Expert Comment by:longitude2005-03-24 I have a similar problem with a file deletion and get the same message "Cannot delelte file: cannot read from source file or Musicarta 617,748 views 9:04 Repair and Fix Hard Drive and Disk Errors - Duration: 5:39. http://inviewsoftware.com/read-from/cannot-disk-file-from-read-source.html
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Yes, it worked on my (Win XP NTFS) system. First, if there are any deletable files inside the folders, delete them. then within these there were some others, then com1, com2 etc.. Duncan Smart February 10. 2010 19:43 Thanks for your pleasurably eloquent comment :-) Duncan Smart February 12. 2010 07:26 I had a file named "gp." on my desktop.
Any suggestions? The wildcards and the /a will do the rest.del *.* /a (only if it is a simple file)del *.* /ash (in my case) Beef March 4. 2009 06:24 Thanks a lot Andrew November 2. 2008 08:59 ..OMG! Cnet Unlocker 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.
Started by nogginbc , Jun 09 2007 06:20 AM Please log in to reply 9 replies to this topic #1 nogginbc nogginbc Members 3 posts OFFLINE Local time:08:30 PM Posted Any other suggestions please... Use: DIR /X /A to see the SHORT FILE NAMES of the files and directories there. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-files/cannot-delete-file-cannot-read-from-the-source/8219bec6-d3c3-4439-a833-b5c8eb76f579 If after closing all programs you're still unable to delete the file, it's likely that something in the background is still using the file.
This article explains how to delete such files using the standard user interface. Can T Read From The Source File Or Disk Windows 10 TheChaim42 December 26. 2008 02:56 Thank you very much! YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us I had tried booting in safe mode and deleting, MoveOnBoot, and toying with permissions, none of which worked.
- And it's free (for the trimmed down version) http://www.jrtwine.com/ Look under Delete FXP Files hope this helps anyone else stumbling upon this page.
- Anurag Anil April 9. 2009 02:38 YOU ARE GOD!My God, I was having such a terrible time; look am a maniac, ok, I couldn't live with this damn file that refused
- Doesn't work.
- I ended up running Process Explorer (procexp.exe) on my server, choosing 'Find' + 'Handle or DLL' and searching for that folder.
- It was driving me crazy for over a month!
- del "filepath" or rd "filepath")Thanks!!
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- Use a combination of CD, RD, and DEL and the SHORT FILES names reported with DIR /X to delete your way to the bottom and then back up the tree removing
- Jason May 13. 2009 08:05 Just had a similar issue with a folder containing a space as last character ("FolderName ").
- For some reason /x/a does not seem to show short file names when I use the switches with the dir command in cmd.
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file is not missing on boot . http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/242781-45-cannot-read-source-file-disk Nish November 27. 2008 13:58 please help.i need to delete this "C:/Documents and Settings/Korisnik/Desktop/Gipsy Kings Hotel California ".how could i delete it.it has no dot but space at the end.thank you Cannot Read From The Source File Or Disk Windows 7 If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Cannot Delete Folder Cannot Read From The Source File Or Disk However your solution beautfully deletes them (and creates them too !!) One thing I would add, is that instead of using two "" at the end of each command line, just
BryTech February 8. 2009 19:38 the command line resolution suggested here did not work for me, but the "unlocker" utility did provide a quick and easy install and fix.thanks! this contact form Took awhile but that's cause I had not used a command prompt in years and forgot to put a space after del Carlos November 5. 2009 22:32 Like everyone before me, Marcos908 why did u wait so long to try what had been posted right at the top....be fair. 0 Message Expert Comment by:dibyadeep2004-03-17 crazy on your process works on windoze Eric March 1. 2009 07:14 at command line it kept saying it couldn't find the file, but when I typed (from inside the folder) del awaken~1 it worked great. Can't Read From The Source File Or Disk Dvd
Well done the Wildcard at the end was the only way to take it off the Desktop!Good teamwork all! Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. hac May 27. 2009 19:06 Hope this can help: I had 4 files ending with a space. http://inviewsoftware.com/read-from/cannot-delete-file-cannot-read-from-source-disk.html OR If if try to cut/move the file it shows - Cannot move file: Cannot read from the source file or disk.
Here's how it works. Download Unlocker I tried FileAssassin, File&Folder Unlocker, MoveonBoot etc, etc, etc. Write easy VBA Code.
In my case it was not a dot but a space at the end of a folder, which I couldn't rename or even delete, and it affected the functioning of a
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http://www.jrtwine.com/Products/DelFXPFiles/index.htm it will delete any file/directory that you need it to... The system cannot find the file specified. sherifffruitfly November 7. 2008 01:14 Worked like a charm. http://inviewsoftware.com/read-from/cannot-delete-file-cannot-read-from-the-source-or-disk.html Edward August 14. 2008 23:06 doesn't work with Win XP SP3 Jason October 30. 2008 08:58 Thanks a lot, it worked a treat on a stubborn folder with a space at
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