Windows 7 - Error 0x800710FE: This file is currently not available for use...

Asked By Gonzal on 22-Jan-08 08:43 PM
Hi,

I renamed a folder on a network share that is being sync'ed with my computer
at home and now I am left with a strange looking folder on this computer.
When I try to delete this folder (it has no files on it) I get the 0x800710FE
error. I know that one way to get around this problem is to reinitialize the
CSC cache. I just do not want to do it as I will have to resync over 30GB of
data. Is there another solution to this problem?

Many thanks in advance,

Gonzalo




Robert L. \(MS-MVP\) replied on 22-Jan-08 11:30 PM
You may wan to rebuild CSC cache using regedit. This post may help. Please
post back with the result.


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Gonzal replied on 31-Jan-08 01:19 PM
Robert,

Thank you. Yes, I know that if I rebuild the CSC cache the problem will
go away. But I would like to have another option. There should be another way
to repair this and by that I mean delete a ghost folder without having to
delete all other folders which are fine. The folder I am synching is over
30GB in size and it will take some time for it to be resynched if I rebuild
the CSC cache.

Please, let me know.

Sincerely,

Gonzalo