I found a utility that removed it. If anyone is interested it is called unlocker and it worked perfectly. If you want more info on this app here is the url. http://www.emptyloop.com/unlocker/
I restored a customers Acer computer back to factory which was Windows XP Media Center Edition. The restore utility gave me the option of saving all the data to a folder it would create before doing the restore. I chose that option. After the restore completed I moved the data from the backup folder to the users folders and then proceded to delete the backup folder. I was able to delete everything except one folder. The folder shows to be there but I am unable to delete it, rename it, change the ownership, etc. Windows xp tells me that it cannot read from the device. I have rebooted into safe mode-command prompt only and it shows the folder there but when I try to delete it is says it can't find the folder. If anyone out there has ever seen or heard about this I would appreciate any info or links that might shed some light on this. It's there but it isn't. Thanks in advance.