Have you tried starting Windows in Safe Mode and emptying the Recycle Bin in that mode? Startup your computer and immediately start tapping the F8 key until the Windows Startup Menu displays, select Safe mode.
Ok rafcord79, time for drastic measures... well ok not so drastic, but I'm thinking that this will solve the issue.
You can take ownership of the C:\RECYCLER folder by right clicking on it and selecting the Security Tab->Advanced Button->Owner Tab and replace ownership on all subcontainers and objects, and give yourself full permissions and replace on children for the RECYCLER directory at the root of the disk.
* Note: If you are running XP Home, the Security Tab only shows up when you start your computer in Safe Mode.
Then just shift-delete the Recycle Folder (this bypasses the Recycle Bin).
The folder and recycle bin will be recreated the next time you try to delete something.
Incidentially I learned something new in troubleshooting this problem. In your stated access denied filename df2481, the d stands for deleted file and the f is the drive from which it was deleted appearantly. Do you have an F: drive?
yes I have an F: drive which I used as slave . Those files actually comes from my F: drive and I just deleted it using The " unlocker " But when those files comes to the recycle bin , I cannot delete it. Thanks!