This is, from what I can see, an old system folder, in this case an old local recycle bin, which can be troublesome.
you can normally OK the error and ignore the folder (which should be hidden), once you start using the drive day to day, it should error saying theat the recycle bin on drive x: is corrupt, click to solve the problem....
To force remove this type of folder I have in the past had to resort to the hidden administrator, I think the issue is caused by the actual state of the recycle bin when the old system is stopped and if this is in a state of flux, (especially likely in the case of system crashes).
If you receive this type of error with a data folder OK through and after completion navigate to the folder and repeat the ownership and permissions routine on the sub-tree. Again here you may need to resort to the Hidden administrator account for particularly stubborn areas.