files in recycle bin can't be restored without being corrupted?

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files in recycle bin can't be restored without being corrupted?

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Hello I've enabled the recycle bin for users on my Synology DS1618+ but if needed to get something that was just recently deleted like a doc file I can't, I can find the file in my recycle bin but the file title is ~$[Titlename].doc and the size is 162 Bytes and if I restore it, it comes back corrupted whats the problem here or the recycle bin is just useless?
 

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Hello I've enabled the recycle bin for users on my Synology DS1618+ but if needed to get something that was just recently deleted like a doc file I can't, I can find the file in my recycle bin but the file title is ~$[Titlename].doc and the size is 162 Bytes and if I restore it, it comes back corrupted whats the problem here or the recycle bin is just useless?
Are you absolutely sure the original file was actually deleted? ~$[Titlename].doc looks more like an Office doc support file rather than the actual file itself. When you open an Office file in read+write mode, Office tends to create a (hidden) small support file next to the original file starting with ~. After the file is closed, the support file is deleted.
 
11
1
NAS
DS918+
Operating system
  1. Windows
Are you absolutely sure the original file was actually deleted? ~$[Titlename].doc looks more like an Office doc support file rather than the actual file itself. When you open an Office file in read+write mode, Office tends to create a (hidden) small support file next to the original file starting with ~. After the file is closed, the support file is deleted.
yep the original files are definitely deleted from original source as I went to the recycle bin to restore it all I can find was this format file with the exact same title name, I did more digging in other recycle bin folders all are the same and others have .tmp files with them (I provided an image for an example).
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That's just a temp file. Not the file you are looking for.
ok so then where are the files that are deleted in this case I checked multiple home files for different users in my recycle bin and all were the same, is there something with the configuration in that case?
 

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