How to delete a corrupt file in Windows

December 4, 2015

Usually it’s easy to delete files, and it’s much more common to delete a file by accident. However, there are some files which pose a problem and can’t be deleted. Here are some tips for deleting files.

A common problem is that a video file becomes corrupted and Windows can’t delete it, no matter whether you push the Delete key or even the Shift+Delete combo. It isn’t limited to video files, though. Practically any file can resist deletion, although the reasons behind the problem are varied.

There are lots of other ways to try deleting files. Here are just some of them. Hopefully you’ll find one of them works for you.

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