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What if you try to delete them from Files? What happens?

I had the same problem in the past, it was related to encoding of file names.

There is a program ntfsfixntfsfix that can fix some ntfs problems:

sudo ntfsfix /dev/sd(your partition here)

sudo ntfsfix /dev/sd(your partition here)

According to the man pages:

ntfsfix is a utility that fixes some common NTFS problems. ntfsfix is NOT a Linux version of chkdsk. It only repairs some fundamental NTFS inconsistencies, resets the NTFS journal file and schedules an NTFS consistency check for the first boot into Windows.

You may run ntfsfixntfsfix on an NTFS volume if you think it was damaged by Windows or some other way and it cannot be mounted.


Also there is this interesting link, could be helpful:

https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/delete-remove-files-with-inode-number.html

Another interesting link:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/can-two-files-have-the-same-inode-number-423094/

What if you try to delete them from Files? What happens?

I had the same problem in the past, it was related to encoding of file names.

There is a program ntfsfix that can fix some ntfs problems:

sudo ntfsfix /dev/sd(your partition here)

According to the man pages:

ntfsfix is a utility that fixes some common NTFS problems. ntfsfix is NOT a Linux version of chkdsk. It only repairs some fundamental NTFS inconsistencies, resets the NTFS journal file and schedules an NTFS consistency check for the first boot into Windows.

You may run ntfsfix on an NTFS volume if you think it was damaged by Windows or some other way and it cannot be mounted.


Also there is this interesting link, could be helpful:

https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/delete-remove-files-with-inode-number.html

Another interesting link:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/can-two-files-have-the-same-inode-number-423094/

What if you try to delete them from Files? What happens?

I had the same problem in the past, it was related to encoding of file names.

There is a program ntfsfix that can fix some ntfs problems:

sudo ntfsfix /dev/sd(your partition here)

According to the man pages:

ntfsfix is a utility that fixes some common NTFS problems. ntfsfix is NOT a Linux version of chkdsk. It only repairs some fundamental NTFS inconsistencies, resets the NTFS journal file and schedules an NTFS consistency check for the first boot into Windows.

You may run ntfsfix on an NTFS volume if you think it was damaged by Windows or some other way and it cannot be mounted.


Also there is this interesting link, could be helpful:

https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/delete-remove-files-with-inode-number.html

Another interesting link:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/can-two-files-have-the-same-inode-number-423094/

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What if you try to delete them from Files? What happens?

I had the same problem in the past, it was related to encoding of file names.

There is a program ntfsfix that can fix some ntfs problems:

sudo ntfsfix /dev/sd(your partition here)

According to the man pages:

ntfsfix is a utility that fixes some common NTFS problems. ntfsfix is NOT a Linux version of chkdsk. It only repairs some fundamental NTFS inconsistencies, resets the NTFS journal file and schedules an NTFS consistency check for the first boot into Windows.

You may run ntfsfix on an NTFS volume if you think it was damaged by Windows or some other way and it cannot be mounted.


Also there is this interesting link, could be helpful:

https://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/delete-remove-files-with-inode-number.html

Another interesting link:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/can-two-files-have-the-same-inode-number-423094/