External hard drive maxtor one touch autorun Tags: Hard Drives Maxtor Antivirus External Hard Drive Storage Last response: August 28, 2011 11:50 AM in Storage Share pirooz pyro August 28, 2011 8:40:43 AM Hello, i have 500gb maxtor one touch external , i used antivirus , and autorun's file in my hard is removed and when i open each folder i got a one error More about : external hard drive maxtor touch autorun pepe2907 August 28, 2011 11:50:24 AM I can't understand clearly your problem. Why do you need an autorun file on your HDD? It's removed probably because it was a virus. And what error do you get? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Does anyone know how to get stuff of a maxtor one touch external drive that will Forum Partition Maxtor One Touch External Hard disk Forum Upgrade Maxtor One Touch external drive? Forum Maxtor one touch 4 no external drives selected Forum Maxtor one touch hard drive 1.0 driver for windows 7 Forum Maxtor one touch 500 gig hard drive, no power, not working. Forum Solvedmaxtor one touch iii external storage Forum Maxtor One Touch 1TB, Can't detect Drive with XP, Vista and windows 8.1 Forum How do I create a partition for my Maxtor One Touch external harddrive Forum need to delete a external maxtor one touch Forum Driver hard disk maxtor 200gb one touch 11 Forum Maxtor one touch iii drive no longer accessible Forum Maxtor One-Touch 11 Ext Drive Corrupted and Unreadable Forum kb899588 causes maxtor one-touch to not work (usb drive) Forum Maxtor Warrenty and Ext USB One Touch drive Forum SolvedMaxtor IV 1 tb External Hard Drive Forum SolvedThree year old maxtor external hard drive Forum SolvedWhere can I go to transfer data off of two old hard drives, one a 20gb Maxtor and the other a 40gb WD to USB drives? Forum SSD hard drive or Touch screen, if I can only have one of these Forum Maxtor 3200 External Hard Drive Windows 8 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !