what is the reason for Harddisk view look like folder view?

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what is the reason for Harddisk view look like folder view?

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Definitely the HDD is affected by Autorun.inf virus. U have to scan the hdd with an emergency scanner like (MWAV) it is a good anti-virus and not installed on hdd. U have to go in SAFE Mode and scan with anti-virus. After full scanning again run the scanner and there is a <i>tick</i> mark. Now reboot and install Autorun Eater which is a free anti-virus and protect ur hdd looks like a folder view.
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  • Technochic
    Can you help us by adding a few details to your question? What OS? When did this happen? What have you done so far to try to resolve it so we don't give you steps you have already followed please?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Your computer may affect by virus..... Just check with good anti-virus and ur problem is solved !
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