Hard disk partition (d: drive) not open when double click on it

By surendra
Mar 8, 2008
  1. There is great problem after removing viruses from harddisk. After removing viruses
    d: drive not open when double click on it. If we explore on d: drive , it will open.

    Wht's is the solution to repair partition on HDD.
  2. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    Click Start > Run and type diskmgmt.msc

    Check the drive from there
  3. surendra

    surendra TS Rookie Topic Starter

    this is not solution

    you don't understand my problem. my is that how to repair partition after currupt it.
    i want to repair d drive partition, if available any utility. without format partition or installing Operating system, i want to repair partition.
  4. dannydy

    dannydy TS Enthusiast Posts: 136

    first of all, right click the drive d:
    did it appear "Auto Play"?
    if it's, go to Tools->Folder Option->Under view Tabs->Uncheck Hide Protected Operation system file,and Hide extension for known file.
    after that, use explore open the drive d.
    Delete Auto_Run.ini file
    then rename ur drive d.
  5. Rick

    Rick TechSpot Staff Posts: 4,573   +65

    How do you know it is corrupted?

    You said you can open it if you 'explore'. That doesn't sounded corrupted to me...

    Just like mentioned in the post above, it sounds like you have an autorun.inf file in D:\ that needs to be deleted.
  6. faris moneer

    faris moneer TS Rookie

    What a great nice
    Thanx a lot
  7. Dinushan

    Dinushan TS Rookie

    open with

  8. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    Dinushan I don't understand your question specifically.

    This thread was about a member who could not open a drive (via double click) due to an "autorun.inf" file on the root of the drive
    The fix was removing that hidden file.

    You are asking about how to repair a partition
    But before answering you there are a number of issues:

    1. Is there any data on the drive
    2. Is this the only Partition
    3. What are the error messages
    4. Are you trying to install Windows (version?)

    Please do not reply with any answers to these questions
    It is best for you to create your own thread, about "Partition Repair" here:
  9. b2b

    b2b TS Rookie

    Thanks dannydy! Had this problem for more than a year... just solved it now. Thanks a lot!
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