When I was in ADMINISTRATION TOOLS - Computer management - Storage - Disk Management I couldn't see the 'C:' drive. Anyone else have that before?
Here's a post I made in case they want to try it out themselves.
There's one virus I found recently, that NO anti-virus or malware detectors I had, or that were already installed on the systems, could find. Here's the only sign I ever saw that it was on a system.
1. Go to Control Panel
2. Go to Administrative Tools
3. Go into Computer Management
4. Go into Storage - Disk Management
In Disk Management, look for the same drive letters you see under 'My Computer'. For instance, if you have a C: drive that you boot off of under My Computer, be sure you have it under Disk Management.
ON two systems I recently worked on, I did NOT see a C: drive in Computer management, but it showed under My Computer. I ended up having to remove the drives from the infected system and attached them to another system, then have that system scan the drives. A few programs were able to find the Virus's and remove them while the drives were no longer the boot drive. I then put them back in the original system, and all was ok.
Good Luck 4U2U!!!!
Edited by Pandy, 12 August 2010 - 10:50 PM.
Moved from AV forum to a more appropriate forum. ~Pandy