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My computer open problem

When im try to open c:drive in my computer its not open it display a servel program list

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  • chabra Feb 13, 2008

    i was remove virus from my pc with symantec antivirus but the problem is still continue

  • zohaibm27 May 11, 2010

    please give the solution

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Go To Run-->cmd-->c:\attrib -r -h -s autorun.inf after it c:\del auturun.inf. Reboot Your System.Now your problem will be solved..

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When you do a right click on your drive c:\ do you notice an AUTOPLAY option in the menu???? if there is...you might have a virus....try to update and run your antivirus....NOD32 is good at those kind of viruses....

hope this helps...

^_^

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  • Jasper Dumlao Feb 13, 2008

    you did not mention if there is an autoplay in the popup menu when you do the right click....

    assuming there is and as you said you've removed the virus....

    autoplay in the drive exist if a program creates an autorun.inf for them to run when the drive is doulblecliked...this behavior is known to be used by trojan and worm viruses...but some games also do this....but not in your case...

    you can get this kind of viruses from removable drives like flashdrives....which you might have used in other PC's that has it...

    anyways....

    you could try replacing the autorun.inf....

    open notepad and save it as autorun.inf copy this file and paste it to your drive c: when promted to replace autorun.inf click YES then restart your computer...

    get back to me if this doesn't fix it...

    ^_^





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If the drive does not display, open My Computer (Computer for Vista) and confirm the drive is listed there. The drive should be listed as "FreeAgent Drive". If you have formatted or renamed the drive, then it will show up with the name you provided.
If the drive does not display in My Computer (Computer for Vista), use the External Drive Troubleshooter to help resolve that issue before continuing.
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  5. Scroll down the Seagate Service (they are listed alphabetically).
  6. The Seagate service should display Started in the Status column.
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  7. If the service reports as Disabled, enable it to start automatically.
    To do this, right-click on the service. A Status Type drop-down menu will appear. Click on the General tab. Select Automatic and click OK.
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  8. Reboot the computer.
  9. If the service fails to start after you reboot with these settings, then check the logs of your Antivirus or Antispyware software to confirm they are not restricting the startup of this service, as some aggressive protection programs can prevent services from starting until you approve them. So, you may need to approve this program specifically in the Antivirus/Antispyware software. Please contact your anti-virus software support for help.
  10. If the service will not start or is working already, uninstall the software (for steps on uninstalling the software, see this article).
  11. Once the software is uninstalled, reboot the computer.
  12. Then reinstall the software by opening the InstallSeagateManager.EXE file on the FreeAgent drive. If you have removed the software from the drive, it can be downloaded from the download center.
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  14. If the drive still does not display after these steps, please contact Technical Support.
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