I'm on 10.6.5 and i'm having this issue where emptying the trash causes the computer to freeze up and that screen to pop up saying "reboot this mac". i believe that's called a kernal panic. It all started when i deleted a bunch of files off my external drive. They were on the root and called something funky like 0e496c89593509841e58b591e46b47 and inside the folder was something called "update.exe". So i thought since it was an exe, it must have nothing to do with the mac, so i dropped them all into the trash along with some videos i don't need. But when i go to empty the trash, i get a kernal panic. It's happened 3 times so far and i can't restore the files (it gives me a -35 can't read/write error) Any advice on how to solve this issue?