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Cannot Delete Files - Name - Directory Or Volume Label Syntax Incorrect


i have 2 files in my portable hard drive which is taking about 6G space on it

File #1: æ╤ÚQÂó].wÑ╟ (size = 1.02 G)
File #2: jßg?ì?Æ.H┘ó (size = 3.17G)

these files i can't delete , rename, and move them. this is the message i get when i try: "file name, directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect" I have read one subject about this issue in this great forum but the solutions was not helpful. Read the thread here related article i have used the following software: Unloker, Emco Move On Boot

I think the above software can work only on local hard drives not portable hard drives>


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