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[Major Problem] cannot empty trash.


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hi, yesterday, i have deleted some apps with 'appzapper', after that, it does into trash. i then tried to empty trash but when i click Ok. the trash are still there.

anyone help?
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Can you securely empty the trash? Right click it and choose "Secure Empty Trash". Note that doing this will just about ensure that the data in your Trash will be gone forever with little chance of recovery.

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Can you securely empty the trash? Right click it and choose "Secure Empty Trash". Note that doing this will just about ensure that the data in your Trash will be gone forever with little chance of recovery.
i tried securely empty trash but files are not deleting. i can hear the 'empty trash sound' but files are still in trash.
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Did you Empty while holding the Option key down?
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