That is a bad picture cannot read anything though I get a feeling that things are not correct. Though when I copy and paste it I see what you mean.
That said have you tried a chkdsk of the drive?
Also try some of the free scanners here.
Yes, I have tried the chkdsk, ran command as administrator clearing the readonly, tried changing the file name but it does not allow me to, and tried moving the folder, then just one file, to another location and renaming, but that also did not help. I just did a recovery tool and recovered the entire drive except for the one folder I really need. I know the picture is bad, hoped it would be better but was only a screen print. If you would give me your instructions for chkdsk (that is through the registry command, correct) then I can verify it was completed correctly.
I have file names that look like this....╞┼Rò╧Ln .ⁿ? listed as opens with the Windows Shell Common Dll. The folder itself shows it is read only but the files inside are not. However, in the dialog box when you open the folder, it shows each of the files have a size, but when you go to properties, it just shows the file size as 0 bytes. The date is listed as 12/10/2069! If I try to right click and open the file, it says H:\.....╞┼Rò╧Ln .ⁿ? "The specified path does not exist. Check the path and then try again."
I am just so confused and have been messing with it all day. If there is no chance I can recover this folder, I need to give up. I appreciate any help you can give. I did run a few spyware/malware programs earlier today, but they found nothing. I have not tried the one you linked, however. So, I will do that until I hear back from you. Thanks!
I linked about 7 I suggest Malwarebytes (free), adwcleaner, Zemana as a start. Also use the getsusp tool to see if it finds anything suspect anywhere. Note to add your email to it's preferences before you run it.
That said we mods are not virus techs or hardware gurus just users like yourself so the suggestions are only a thought sorry.
The 1 folder is what is interesting me if all drives I would assume the PC is encrypted by a ransomware but you received no popup nor is it anything bar the 1 folder.
chkdsk can be run by right clicking the drive and choosing properties and Tools and scanning it from there. You also can do it from a command prompt (with admin privileges) using the chkdsk e: /r where e: the drive.
You can also try running this Application created by Malwarebytes AdwCleaner creator https://betanews.com/2017/06/13/blocked-from-running-security-software-avcertcle an-can-help/ It will help to remove any possible Ransomware. .Please read carefully.
Look at the link Peacekeeper posted in post #1 replying to your original post.
Scroll down to the bottom.
I recommend you try the Farbar option and see if the specialist forum mentioned there can help with this as I can't see what McAfee can do about this, other than go the paid support route, but that would be expensive.