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How can I delete '$recycle.bin and System Volume Information' and my USB HDD?

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Usually my HDD is attached to my router as NAS, but I plugged it into a windows machine and now these two folders are created. Can't delete them from Windows 7 (as admin) or OSX.

I plugged it back into the pc that created the folders, configured to recycle bin to not save files on USB's, but still can't remove the folder.
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rename them "corrupt" than delete. System will not allow you to delete those without renaming them.

So ive been told. I need to to same thing, only I cant find the $recycle.bin file frown.gif
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