Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Hi, I cannot open my drive c:, every time i click my drive C: i get an open with prompt. What should i do.
I would agree with solution 1. it is probobly a virus. Ewido or avg would work, but in my opinion, norton stinks. Run one of the antiviruses and that should take care of it.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
Its a virus. just nuinstall any other anti virus software. then install avast anti virus. then restart d pc. tis problem is mainly due to autorun.inf . hence while booting d software wil scan d system. then u delete the autorun file by pressing 1 key. ur problem wil be solved
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
Your pc had a virus infected. do not click the drive c, use windows explorer or right click the mouse and explore it..
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
Your context menu (the menu when you right-click eg on the C: drive is most probably corrupt or set wrong (the dafault action is set to Open With ... and it should be "Open" - as an alternative till you fix it, just right-click on the c: drive and select Open from the drop-down menu
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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Go to the Windows Command Prompt. You can do this by clicking first the Start button and then clicking the Run button. After this, type "cmd" in the Open text box and press Enter.
View the displayed Command Prompt screen.
If you want CHKDSK to run in read-only mode, type:
If you want CHKDSK to fix errors and not to check bad sectors, type:
and press Enter in the Command Prompt.
If you want CHKDSK to run thoroughly; that is, fix errors, find bad sectors in your hard drive and recuperate still readable data, type:
CHKDSK c:/r or
CHKDSK c:/p and press Enter in the Command Prompt.
Initialize the properties of the hard drive you want CHKDSK to run. Open My Computer. Right click your mouse on the drive in which you want CHKDSK to run. Click the Properties button and click the Tools tab. In the Error-checking box, click the Check Now button.
Set up the Check Disk options by checking one or both check boxes displayed. These are labeled "automatically fix file system errors" and "scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors". If you want CHKDSK to run in read-only mode, do not check either box. After this, click the Start button.
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