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win32/heur and win32/tanatos.m (system drive is clean but the other dr

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I did a full reformat on my D:(that's where my OS is) and now it's clean. the problem is the other drives(C,E,F,G,H,I) are still infected. I haven't accessed those drives yet for fear of contaminating my newly reformatted D: drive. My question now is, what should I do next? How do I clean the remaining drives without reformatting them. I'm guessing my drive D: is safe now because I don't acces the other infected drives. What should I do? what Antivirus should I run? I'd prefer if it's a free AV. thanks in Advance. I'm hoping somebody can help me
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