i'd name it after another fold w/ a name & then slide it in2 that directory after renaming it. try that & c if it works. if not, the system may b using it. there may b hidden files
You should delete it simply same like other folder. If you can not delete then right click, go to properties, if in the option it's given read only change it to normal. If then also it doesn't work then try to rename it give a name and then delete it.
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