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Deleting a non-existent file on a NAS


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I've got a really annoying problem of trying to delete what should have been a simple EXCEL spreadsheet located on my Networked Attached Storage drive (NAS).

Instead, I ended up with a "corrupt" file that I can't do anything with except get angry and annoyed each time I see it. Any ideas on how I can remove it? I've tried everything I know.

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Anyone have any suggestions?
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