In the attempt to delete an existing storage space in a storage pool, when I click "Delete storage space" it replies with the message: "Can't delete the storage space. Close all applications that are accessing the storage space, then try again." However, the storage space has been emptied of all files. The only files remaining are the "$RECYCLE.BIN" folder and the "System Volume Information" folder. I went into Recycle bin and set that storage space to "Don't move files to Recycle Bin" but it continues to put the folder back even after I delete it. Same with the "System Volume Information" folder; I've tried deleting it as admin but it won't go away. I confirmed that none of the special folders (e.g., documents, pictures, etc.) are referencing this storage space. I also went in and unchecked the "Allow files on this drive to have contents indexed..." thinking that might be factor. No juice. So nothing is using this but the system and the system won't stop using it so I can delete it. Catch 22?