Is there a Global Tab for Windows 7 Recycle Bin

Problem.  Can't see files in he recycle bin from drives other than C:

All files deleted from the Root Drive C: can be seen in the Recycle Bin.

Having Multiple Drives (local and networks), if you delete a file it goes to the recycle bin, but you can 't see.

Steps taken...  I can see all of my drives' recycle bin when i change view setting to show hidden files.

 

What I can't do - not sure I should be able to do - is change the attribute settings on the recycle bin's to deselect hide file.  Maybe that is what's missing.

Any suggestions.


 
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Last updated December 2, 2017 Views 884 Applies to:
Answer

Hi The-Writers-Digest,

Method 1: Let’s see if the other drives are listed when you follows these steps:

a.  Go to the desktop
b·  Right click Recycle Bin
c·  Click Properties

All drives should be listed under Recycle Bin General tab.

Method 2: Let’s try creating a new user profile to check to see if this problem only exists on the current user or if it is system wide:

To create a new user account follow these steps:

a. Open User Accounts by clicking the Start button.
b. Click Control Panel.
c. Click User Accounts.
d. Family Safety.
e. Click User Accounts.
f. Click Manage another account.
g. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation.
h. Type the password or provide confirmation.
i. Click Create a new account.
j. Type the name you want to give the user account.
k. Click an account type.
l. Click Create Account.

Now check for the issue. If the issue is resolved follow the below provided link to fix the corrupted user profile.

Follow the below provided link to fix the corrupted user profile.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/Windows7/Fix-a-corrupted-user-profile 

 


 

 


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I. Suuresh Kumar - Microsoft Support.

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