Long path name problems can be solved by long path tools
Getting weird error messages on the screen is not new, but few can be as obstinate or apparently without reason as this - Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use. With a disk that is more than half empty and the file closed you must be wondering what the hell is going on? Try to remove, rename, delete or copy the file and it will again show the same message.
Relax, it is not a complex issue, and you do not need to be a software engineer to remedy it. The file most probably has a very long address, and as a result your system can not recognize it. As a matter of fact, your system cannot manage any file that has more than 255 characters in its address name.
The remedy lies in installing program that can interpret the long path names in your system. For resolving such kind of problems Long Path Tool was designed and implemented. It acts as file management utility allowing to manage files with long path names.
Download Long Path Tool 5.1.6 here