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Hard drives not accessible

I have two local disks.After dbl clicking on any of them instead of opening it gives open with option ie the list of programs with which u can open.

Also my PC has gone damp slow,after clicking on an option i have to wait for more than 10 secs to open.Booting and shutting down takes more than 2-3 mins.Plz help me.

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Plz send a solution to open my local disks

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First go to run inthe start column type in msconfig when it comes up go to start up and stop most of the programs that are loaded at startup leave only antivirus. as all programs will work in normal way as you need them
go to windows explorer c:\ right click\properties\tools\check now tick the box Fix errors reboot. On rebooting windows will scan file system for errors and fix them

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