I use WIN 98 SE, and generally run with no real problems. However, I have noticed now that the Recycle Bin shows empty. I know there should be files there, but any files I add during a session on the machine are lost when I switch off and reboot. (I'm not sure when the problem started because I do not enter it very often since once deleted, I tend to let those files lay dormant. But it is a useful back stop in the event of problems!!)
I've been through the Recycle Bin Search in PC Advisor, and have not seen an answer to this problem.
Therefore, is there anyone out there who can tell me how to reinstall that particular facility from the original WIN98 SE Disk?
Thanks for your comment, but all the settings on my Recycle Bin are such that it should accept all deleted files!! I know they are there, but they steadfastly refuse to show, hence my reason for trying to find out how to reinstall that function.
On my Recycle Bin Properties Window, I note that on the C Tab, the Size of Drive is listed as 1.99GB. with a figure of 204mb for the Space reserved. (I've set it at 10% for all drives). If I have a 15GB Hard Disk, where does this 1.99 figure come from? And is this the reason that my Recycle Bin still seems to be emptying it self on a regular basis. As a matter of interest, the free space is on the drive is 12.16gb (11.3gb actual).