External HDD shows contents in recycle bin Tags: Hard Drives External Hard Drive Toshiba Storage Last response: August 5, 2011 3:49 PM in Storage Share Anonymous August 3, 2011 11:08:09 PM 1st time I noticed my recycle bin shows all the contents of my Toshiba 320GB external hard drive when I have it plugged into my PC. Why it does that and how can I fix it from doing that? Im like WTF. The last thing I need is my projects and backups gone forever. Help More about : external hdd shows contents recycle bin Reply to Anonymous Anonymous August 5, 2011 3:49:41 PM Ok it doesn't do it anymore, must of been a bug. Sorry about that Reply to Anonymous m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources HDD full, but shows no files when opened. Only folder I can see is $recycle.bin Forum HDD full, but shows no files when opened. Only folder I can see is $recycle.bin Forum Recycle Bin - Cannot See Contents Forum empty recycle bin looks like it has contents Forum SolvedRetrieving recycle bin data with restore path to dead HDD Forum SolvedStill, deleted files not showing up in the recycle bin Forum WIN98 - Recycle Bin Shows Full, But Empty Forum Recycle Bin is empty but shows 28 files Forum XP Pro Recycle Bin is empty but still shows files icon Forum Recycle Bin: It Keeps Associating Itself With An External HD Forum Recycle bin is not showing my deleted items....... Forum Recycle Bin on External Hard Drive Forum SSD keeps freezing, only shows Recycling Bin. Forum Recycle Bin Icon won't show empty Forum Recycle Bin items on HDD in hidden folders but not in Recycle Bin. Forum Solvedfiles located in recycling bin recover from external drive? Forum Large folders that have been deleted and are not showing in the recycle bin Forum My recycle bin isnt showing my deleted files Forum Recycle bin is empty but files still show up on computer search Forum Recycle bin not showing deleted items Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !