I have upgraded to CS3 and the remains of CS2 I'm trying to get rid of. there is 2 folder which contain files that have a HTML extension. The parent folder is a legal folder one for each .html file. Now have repaired the permissions with in osx and from the boot disk. It still will not delete this file every if I try securely empty trash or just plain empty It will delete everything else. Any help would be great if not I will just put them somewhere hidden I guess. Yes I have all the updates and its a Macbook Core Duo.
Try this for me please:
Start by creating a new user in the Accounts System Preferences
panel. It doesn’t really matter what name or access level you give the new account; it’s going to have a very short existence. Once the account is created, move the troublesome file from the trash into the:
Now, log in as the new user. Open the:
and move the troublesome file into the new user’s trash.
Now logout of the new account and log back into your main account. Return to the Accounts
pane in System Preferences
, select the account you just created, and click the minus sign (or just hit Delete). The system will put up a dialog box asking if you’re sure you want to do this, with three options: Cancel, OK
, and Delete Immediately
. Select Delete Immediately
, and the troublesome file (along with the new user and the disk space they used) will disappear. (If you just press OK, the files from the deleted user will still reside on your drive.)
has a secure trash empty option if you have it installed.