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Local Disk D automatically kicks me out ! Need Help


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djtexas

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Im having trouble loggin in my D drive it kicks me out after 2 seconds ?
D drive is partitioned with C drive / just to keep all my music and movies organized more neatly.
Operating window XP.

Edited by djtexas, 15 February 2008 - 07:26 PM.

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happyrock

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hi djtexas..
unless you have eye problems and NEED large type to read your screen then please don't us large and bold type..
do you mean you have a single hard drive partitioned as C and D or do you have 2 HD's and what do you mean logging in to the D drive..
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hi djtexas..
unless you have eye problems and NEED large type to read your screen then please don't us large and bold type..
do you mean you have a single hard drive partitioned as C and D or do you have 2 HD's and what do you mean logging in to the D drive..


1 hd partitioned in 2 C/D

Right now Im running Ad-aware hopefully this solves the prob, I guess by "logging in " I means I can't access my folders in D drive cause it exits by itself after 2 second....

and about the large letter sorry if it annoys you !! :)
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How are you accessing the D drive? Are you using Windows Explorer, My Computer (which is also Windows Explorer) or via some other method?

Also, what do you mean when you say it exits by itself? Do you mean the Windows Explorer window closes? When does this happen, as soon as you click on the D: drive or when you try to open certain folders or what?

Look in Event Viewer, see if anything is getting logged there that may help to understand what is happening. It's highly unlikely that Ad-Aware is going to do anything for this problem.

To open Event Viewer, click on Start then Run, type eventvwr.msc and press Enter. Look in all three areas for any Red entries. You can double click on an entry to see it's details then use the up and down arrows to move forward or backward through the entries.
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could you get a screenshot like mine to show your drives...D is usually the cd/dvd drive...
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Hello,
could you please tell us more about your computer?
What is the make and model number?
I ask because some computers have a D partition for recovery purposes.
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