Most likely, the files and styles are ok in there. It is the way that the O.S. sees them... Just like the indexing function in Windows, sometimes it can go wrong and the function does not display correctly the content of the HDD.
That's the reason of deleting the incorrect INIT file... This is my guess. After deleting, most probably, at the next reboot, the O.S. will create another INIT file, and will fix the problem. Give it a try - you cannot go wrong.
Roland RD700 exp., Ketron Audya5, Ketron MIDJPRO, TC Helicon Harmony-M, EV N/D967