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cannot open local drive by double clicking it

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my OS is windows XP SP2

my problem occured after getting infected by a wscript.exe worm but was sucessfuly removed by my kaspersky....now i cannot open my local driive in explorer by double click...my problem is similar to this guy's problem...


cannot open disk drive by double click it?
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why i cannot open disk drive like local disk C: or D: by double click it? i
need to right click it ,then there are auto, search, open,explore...,click
open to open it?
i have already reinstall my windows xp now ,but cannot sort it out...please
help me, many thanks...




thanks in advance
Oct 22 '07 #1
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pbmods
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Heya, xerannyo. Welcome to TSDN!

In the Mouse control panel, check your double-click speed setting.
Oct 22 '07 #2

bartonc
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Heya, xerannyo. Welcome to TSDN!

In the Mouse control panel, check your double-click speed setting.
Thanks, pbmods, but let's see what the Windows experts have to say about this one... [MOVED from Misc. Q.s]
Oct 22 '07 #3

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Heya, xerannyo. Welcome to TSDN!

In the Mouse control panel, check your double-click speed setting.

thanks pbmods, but i don't think this is a mouse setting problem :) it's more of a registry problem regarding opening my local harddrives as it was restricted by the worm that infected my system.

btw... i already solved my problem...i was adviced by a friend to download taga lipa are worm remover (just google it, it's a custom made worm remover) and used its automatic registry fix, and voila! problem solved :) thanks guys!
Oct 25 '07 #4

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i wish that theres an antivirus out there that fixes your registry automatically after deleting the virus/worm :)
Oct 25 '07 #5

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