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Virus attack hi iam not able to open my C n E drives . every time i try my pc displays a list of programs that i want to use to have access to my drives. the media player is also not responding not responding

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Diable it from running. You can also do this by start>run type in 'gpedit.msc' and looking for the entry there, then disabling it

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Check to see if you can access you HDD as normal.

I cannot say for sure if this works, but it it is worth a try.

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