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Hdd partitions hai for the few daya i can't able to open the harddidk drives by clicking it while i am clicking it opens the select the program from list window will anuone can tell how to slove it  thanks in advance!!!!!!!!!!

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  • kaja48380 Feb 02, 2009

    still having the same problem after that

  • kaja48380 Feb 06, 2009

    still having the same problem

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Try This it should fix your problem;

  • Click START
  • Click RUN
  • Type "REGEDIT" and hit ENTER Key
This opens the Registry Editor.On the Menu Bar
  • Click "FIND NEXT"
  • Type "MOUNTPOINTS2" and hit enter
it will highlight a key called "mountpoints2" in the list.Delete this key.Press" F3" to go to the next entry and keep deleting till there is none left.You are ready to go try accessing the drives.

NOTE: Ensure "MY COMPUTER" option is highlighted when you start looking for this key.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

  • Saroj Sharma
    Saroj Sharma Feb 06, 2009

    Go to command prompt and write this command

    c:\> attrib -r -s -h autorun.inf
    c:\> del autorun.inf
    d:\> attrib -r -s -h autorun.inf
    d:\> del autorun.inf
    restart the pc

    make sure you do this for every drive for which you have the problem



    OR



    1.Open Start >> Run and type regsvr32 /i shell32.dll
    2. press ok
    3. You will see a message DllRegisterServer and DllInstall in shell32.dll succeeded

    Thats it.

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