hi you can do one thing press f8 while starting windows xp then go to safe mode . Go to my computer select c folder double click it then you can go to tools folder options then enable hidden file. after wards you can change the property of recler in to normal that means remove read only and hidden then you can delete it
try it ok
I was having a problem where files I deleted were not going to the Recycle Bin, but were permanently deleted. A recent post solved the problem. My C:\ Recycled folder was mis-named C:\Recycler. When I renamed it to Recycled, I ended up with 2 folders- one named Recycled and the other Recycler. Now when I delete a file, the file goes into both of these files under a subfolder called s-1-5-21-3081789997-30630632-2146560748-1003. I have tried to delete the Recycler folder, but it says the file is write-protected, or currently in use. When I uncheck the Read-only attribute box when I right-click on the Recycled folder, and click Apply and OK, the box rechecks itself. I tried renaming the subfolder with the long string of numbers, and then deleting it, but another folder with the original name appeared.
The problem with this situation is that with 2 Recycle Bins, they take up twice the space of one.