Yor reply to the post reg: unable to open D drive not a valid win application
I saw ur reply to the problrm regarding non-opening of D Drive. In my case i am able to open C drive but not D E F(internal drives) drives and on right clik i get a menu that is like the menu of removable drives and on checking open option i get not a valid win32 application error. I am unable access the contents of these drives from any place on the PC. Is my problem the same and the solution same. Also in ur reply u talk about not using 's' as this will delete all autorun. can u again give detalied procedure used by you. I shall be very thankful
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Is Lotus notes open now? Is this computer a part of a network and connected to other computers at this time? If you know and can see that you don't have this file open, but it's a shared network, then the file could be open on another computer on the intranet (inside network)
1>> Run Task Manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del or right click on Taskbar) 2.>> Stop wscript.exe process if available by highlighting the process name and clicking End Process. 3.>> Then terminate explorer.exe process. 4. >>In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…). 5.>> Type “cmd” (without quotes) into the Open text box and click OK. 6>>. Type the following command one by one followed by hitting Enter key:
del c:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a del d:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a del e:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
c, d, e each represents drive letters on Windows system. If there are more drives or partitions available, continue to command by altering to other drive letter. Note that you must also clean the autorun files from USB flash drive or portable hard disk as the external drive may also be infected. 7. In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…). 8. Type “regedit” (without quotes) into the Open text box and click OK. 9. Navigate to the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon 10. Check if the value name and value data for the key is correct (the value data of userint.exe include the path which may be different than C drive, which is also valid, note also the comma which is also needed):