I recently installed 4 new hard disks on my Windows 7 computer. They are all the same model, all connected the same, and I formatted them all the same. I am logged in as Administrator and have Windows Explorer configured to show everything. Now, 3 of the disks have a $Recycle.bin folder which are shown using a normal folder icon in the navigation pane. However, the other one has a "Recycle Bin" which is shown with the recycle bin icon. I checked my recycle bin settings and it is the same for all drives.
I want to know what is happening here and ultimate to be able to change the 3 drives to look like the one with the recycle bin icon. That's because when I click on the one named Recycle Bin it shows me the recycled files directly. If I click on one of the $Recycle.bin folders there is another folder inside called Recycle Bin that I must click again to see the recycled files. So it's as if that one drive has Recycle Bin at the root level instead of buried inside $Recycle.bin. How can I make the other drives behave this way?