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IT'S A VIRUS ??????????

WHEN I RIGHT CLICK ON A HDD DRIVE , I HAVE SHOWN THE MENU LIKE THE 2ND IMAGE. IS IT A VIRUS ? THE SECOND PROBLEM IS--WHEN I DOUBLE CLICK ON A HDD DRIVE, AN ERROR MESSEGE SHOWS LIKE THE 1ST IMAGE. PLEASE SOLVE THE PROBLEM....

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  • RIPAN Feb 26, 2008

    I DON'T UNDERSTAND YOUR WORD. PLEASE TELL ME AGAIN. I DON'T ENABLE RAID.MY HDD IS NORMAL POSITION.FROM 6/7 DAYS I AM SUFFERING THIS PROBLEM.MY OFFICE COMPUTER HAS A SAME PROBLEM.PLEASE HELP.

  • RIPAN Feb 28, 2008

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

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If you have enabled raid and striped the drives together you cannot access them independently.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

  • Karl Whisenand
    Karl Whisenand Feb 26, 2008

    I think your image says no file extension in d:15
    as these are likely partitioned drives as you said hdd and not plural.
    then yes they may be corrupt.
    can you choose explore when you right click .
    re-boot in safe mode . F8 and see what you find.
    the weird partition name looks corrupt too.
    you may have gotten a virus . download avg and scan in safe mode to see what it finds.
    if home and office have same issues for no reason then they likely shared some corrupt software ,or virus.

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hi fokes,
There are many antivirus for protect your system.But after that the virus infected your system by pen drive or external hdd.follow the system to protect from them.

a : right click on start menu and explore
;click on drive in left side window donot double-click in right side in window.
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Here are a few options for you to choose from.
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In this file when you double click the drive, executes the file and in the autorun file exists any of the following: -
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It is good thing that you have a strong antivirus which seems to have removed the viruses and therefore when the information file is opened, it does not find the executables it was supposed to run. That is why it asks for a program to open.

You can prove this by right clicking on the drive to see a shortcut menu and in this menu, the bolded menu will be the action taken when double clicked and the possibility is that you will find Autorun bolded.

To resolve the issue do the following:
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Try double clicking the drives again to see if you get he same error.

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