Originally Posted by Cavi Mike
Those are your system restore points and recycling bin folders. Since this isn't your root drive, it won't matter if you delete the system volume information folder but if you have recycling turned on on that drive, those recycle files are gonna keep popping back up. Right-click on your recycle bin and turn it off on that drive.
Doesnt windows have recycling turned on by default for every time? I mean even if i disable it for these drives, and i connect them to another system, that the drive has not been plugged yet, it will reappear as well right?
BTW I tried opening the folder with a file manager that has system folders shown, and inside the recycle.bin folder it showed me items on the recycle bin, that are deleted on other drives. Deleting this folder wont delete these files right?
Besides system restore points do we know what other information is stored on volume information?
Thanx for this info.