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couber

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Hi everybody!!!

After a system crash this morning, I have trouble entering in my drives by double clicking them at "My Computer" window. Windows recognize the drives normally and they are accessible either using left-click->explore or left-click open, but not by double-clicking(???).Plus a new "autorun" option - just like when you enter a USB flash drive(I'm not sure for the right word because I have the greek version) - appeared. I scanned for viruses with ESET without findings. Everything else seem to work properly.

I know it may be a small nuisance but i would like to fix it if that's possible.
So is there anything I could do?

I have WinXP SP3 fully updated
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This problem is commonly caused by a particular type of virus infection. We cannot help with virus infections in this forum section. Please post your problem here:
http://www.geekstogo...emoval-f37.html
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This problem is commonly caused by a particular type of virus infection. We cannot help with virus infections in this forum section. Please post your problem here:
http://www.geekstogo...emoval-f37.html

thanks a lot!!!
I'm posting right now
Please Lock!!!

Edited by couber, 07 February 2010 - 08:26 AM.

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