I have two separate internal Drives: Drive C and Drive D. Drive D is only used to store things like photos, music, and documents.
Just recently a folder called "Boot" appeared on my D Drive. Here's a partial shot of its contents:
This new folder on my D Drive doesn't seem necessary, and I don't know why it's there. I completely disconnected my D Drive and booted my computer, and it booted just fine (There IS a "Boot" folder in c:\windows also).
When I try to delete the folder from my D Drive, I get the message, "You require permission from TrustedInstaller to make changes to this folder." Trying to get permission to delete it, I made myself the owner of the folder. So now when I try to delete it, it says, "You require permission from PEGSCOMPUTER/PEG to make changes to this folder." I AM PEG!
There's also a file called "bootmgr" and "BOOTSECT.BAK" on my D Drive that won't let themselves be deleted either.
Does anyone know why the folder (and the two files) appeared in the first place, and does anyone know how to get rid of them???