Looks like autorun-type virus infection. Is D; driver accessible by dir commands from command line interface?
I scanned the drive with malwarebytes and it found nothing, although a bunch of fatal erreor come up with unreadable sectors in the Web 2 console.
I can access data on the drive if I open a program and open a recent file that was on the D drive.CrystalDisk does not find the drive. Device manager says all drives are working.
The web 2 console says the predictive failure is 0 and that the drive and raid array is healthy/optomal. I tried chkdsk D:/f and r . That also finds the unreadable sectors but does not repair anything.
I looked up the auto run virus info and I got these instructions
How to Delete autorun.inf on hard drive of a PC
- Start the PC in safe mode
- Open the command prompt
- You will come across all these files mentioned below, go ahead and delete all these files.
autorun.inf files in all drives.
- Open the registry editor to delete the parameters that are mentioned below
DisableTaskMgr = 1
NoFolderOptions = 1
“Worms” = “%System%\logon.bat”
- Restart your computer
- Thanks for your help
Looks like I fixed it! The computer got to the point where it was freezing on the startup screen. So I had to boot from the disk. Then did a repair windows.It started up but still wanted to scan D which I cancelled. Then did a system restore to a week ago. It restarted but said system restore did not work. When I clicked to open the D drive though it opened with all of the files. I will back up immediately.
Thanks for your help.