someone got into my ftp that is setup on my computer that allow anonymous access last night and was uploading weird movie files with weird folders names like (#$@#adgd$$) and a lot of folder levels (folders within folders within folders within folders and finally the files).. i deleted everything(except one) right away and kick the person out.. however, there is one folder i cannot delete, it has nothing in there, and it's a folder that has no name.. what i mean is when you look at it in windows explorer, you will just see the folder icon, but no name after it.. i try to delete the folder and it gave me the error of Cannot delete files: Cannot read from the source file or disk. so then i try to delete the folder that contains this no name folder, and it gave me an error of cannot remove folder, directory is not empty I try renaming and moving the noname folder, but another "Cannot read from the source file or disk" error pops up... I try to delete the directory in dos prompt, but since it has no name, i don't know how to point to it.. what i mean is, say in dos prompt, i type "dir" to get the directory listing of that folder, and this is the result 9/21/2005 9:40AM < DIR > . 9/21/2005 9:40AM < DIR > .. 9/21/2005 10:00AM < DIR > 0 file(s) 0 bytes 3 Dir(s) 9999999 bytes free See the 3rd directory listed doesn't have a name.. so i can't really use the rd command cuz i have no path name to put in... i was thinking about the old dos deltree command to delete the folder that contains that noname folder may work.. or not..? but it doesn't really exist anymore in winxp command prompt.. is there anything equivalent to it in winxp command prompt?? This is more an annoyance than really a problem, it is just bugging me that i have a noname folder sitting in my computer that i can't do anything to.. > If anyone can help me with a way to get rid of it, it would be much appreciated! Thanks!!