|09 Dec 2009||#1|
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Auto run issues with internal harddrives
This is a weird one.
Installed win 7 64 about a week ago. My partitions are as follows.
Main Hd (sata -western digital raptor 10000):
C: 50 gigs (OS only - 25 free)
D: 75 G (programs -all programs and games)
F: 1 G (System reserved created by instal, not me)
Backup internal HD (ide, old drive form old comp -WD 7500)
G: Slave (videos, music, backups, stuff I don't use much)
Twice this has happened. Boot up and F: and G: come up in autorun dialogs.
Been looking around the web and everything I found said external HD's and flash drives have had autorun disabled due to a virus that can be run through autorun.
But why do F: and G:, both internal partitions, one on my main hd and one on my backup hd come up as autorun?
G: was erased and partitioned with Windows 7
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