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Yor reply to the post reg: unable to open D drive not a valid win application

Sir,
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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    Milind Shetti May 11, 2010

    Please run chkdsk . Give me more specific error .

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Did you try to remove your drive then open it in another computer? if so then still the problem occur there wrong with your harddrive. or try to both your pc on safe mode then try to open the drive.

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Hi Jassi,
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3.>> Then terminate explorer.exe process.
4. >>In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…).
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If this doesn't resolve your problem, post back a Comment so one of us can help your further.

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