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    Hi friends I am using xp SP2. And I am using kaspersky anti virus...i posses two drives C and D.i have come across a problem in the logo of D drive,which is been exhibited in GREEN color and all the files with in D drive are also possessing the same problem.I suspect that this problem due to certain virus.please let me know about your suggestions to the problem that i face.

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    More info...
    What is on the HDD? Did your virus program pick up anything?
    Have you Defraged that HDD. Do you have a program that defrags your HDD or just the windows one that is provided?
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    I would run a free online virus scan, like the one provided by trend micro.

    Google "Trend Micro Virus Scan" and follow the instructions for the online version. If you are using a paid or non free version of Kapersky, it should be pretty good though too.

    Do you have a screen shot of what this looks like to share?

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    Why not post a screenshot to show what you mean?
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    if your file system is NTFS I think you select to Encrypt you D: partition with all containt.
    green colour for encryption and blue for compression.
    that is not a virus.
    you can remove it from the prosperities then advanced the uncheck the encryption box.
    hope that is help you man


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    Quote Originally Posted by mansour View Post
    if your file system is NTFS I think you select to Encrypt you D: partition with all containt.
    green colour for encryption and blue for compression.
    that is not a virus.
    you can remove it from the prosperities then advanced the uncheck the encryption box.
    hope that is help you man
    Yep, mansour's right. Check here for more info on removing file/folder encryption in Windows XP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b0sch View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mansour View Post
    if your file system is NTFS I think you select to Encrypt you D: partition with all containt.
    green colour for encryption and blue for compression.
    that is not a virus.
    you can remove it from the prosperities then advanced the uncheck the encryption box.
    hope that is help you man
    Yep, mansour's right. Check here for more info on removing file/folder encryption in Windows XP.
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    hey thanks lot friends...it works.....................

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    rly its vry gud question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunil View Post
    rly its vry gud question...
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