OK Solution Found: The registry cleaner did not work because the recycler error message popped up every time it tried to repair the registry.
So what I did was go to the command prompt, made sure I wast at the root = C:\ and just removed the folder (directory) the old fashioned way
(Actually as long as you specify the root it probably wont matter but It's quicker cuz the path is shorter to find actually it's instananeous once you hit the enter button
C:\>rd /s c:\$Recycle.Bin
c:\$Recycle.Bin, Are you sure (Y/N)? y (hit enter)
then reboot, Windows automatically makes a new empty recycle bin:
for those with other OS's you need to know the name of you recycle bin it could be recycled or recycler check your properties tab for the recyle bin folder for the folder name then go to command prompt and just substitute the correct name
C:\>rd /s c:\recycler
c:\recycler, Are you sure (Y/N)? y
or C:\>rd /s c:\recycled
c:\recycled, Are you sure (Y/N)? y
if you type in the wrong name you will get "The system cannot find the file specified."
then you need to go back and find out for sure what your folder name is.
NOTE OF WARNING: if you do this everthing in your recycle bin will be deleted permantly
Thanks LH for your Help sorry it didn't work but at least it got me to thinking more of a way to fix the problem and I got a couple of cool utilities out of it.