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Getting application cannot run in win32 mode when I try to access a network drive

I can disconnect the drive and re map it fine but when I double click on it it gives me the error: x: application cannot run in win32 mode. I can get to all my other network drives or I can type X in explorer ( X being the drive letter) and it will pull it up fine. Any suggestions?

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Found this on the net:

1. open your notepad and do not write anything in that, just save that as "autorun.inf" (without quotes)
2. Then copy that file to all of your drives for e.g:- c:/, d:/ e.t.c
3. Restart your pc
4. Go to your first drive for example c:/ and delete the file autorun.inf
5. do the same thing with all of your drives
6. then restart your pc
bingo ! you have your pc recovered back

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Please check for any virus infection.

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