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Windows 2000 i have installed windows 2000 in my system i am not able to goto my computer drives folder it does not show any drives i click and comes back what do i do i also tried to repair but same problem do i have to format it i have installed antivirus in it which has a native boot scan in it and on every resatart it goes to native boot only. no F8 works nor safe mode

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Probably is some incompatibly of the anti virus software, you can try to uninstall the anti-virus software, if you can uninstall it, try to delete the folder where the anti virus is and restart the machine, you can do that using a dos boot disk or any OS that is in a Live CD, like Bart PE, Ubuntu and etc, the easiest way is to use the Win 98 boot disk, but you have to know some DOS commands.
I you can't do that try to format and reinstall it, but use another anti virus i recommend NOD 32 from eset it's light and work's fine.

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