|26 Aug 2013||#1|
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Windows Backup makes unwanted folders on all drives, want deleted
I've had my machine for quite some time now, and I just now got my hard drive set up for Windows backup. When I go to the root of a hard drive, not just my backup HDD, but every external and internal hard drive (other than the bootable), there will be an empty folder labeled, "Music." I have no idea where this came from, or why I don't have permissions to delete it. I am the administrator of the machine, and have full access to the root and subfolders.
I used cmd with elevated privileges to delete the folder off one drive at some point, but came back as soon as Windows Backup was ran. I'm at a loss, any help is appreciated. Thanks.
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