How to access folders in harddisk after autorun infection Tags: Hard Drives Storage Last response: November 8, 2011 3:23 PM in Storage Share razam bazam November 8, 2011 2:39:04 PM the folders have become shortcuts which when clicked, give an error titled "H:\Recycler\autorun.exe. More about : access folders harddisk autorun infection pro-gamer November 8, 2011 3:23:54 PM run anti virus like avast5 it and scan full system.if not success see the menu bar at the top click on the view then explorer then click on folders you can see folders now!!!! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedhow can I put password protection to the folders in my 'wd passport' external harddisk Forum SolvedHow to access folders on Wind 7 PC, from Windows Vista PC on network Forum SolvedHow do i get full access of my win7 system files / folders ? Forum SolvedHow to restrict users from accessing shared folders Forum SolvedHow to restrict access to local My Documents folder in Windows 8 Forum How to access data from dead harddisk Forum How full recover from harddisk all files after any re install windows xp and oth Forum How can i recover all file form laptop after formating the harddisk/ Forum How to protect shared folders to denie access from server Forum How do i get full access of my win7 system files / folders Forum How can I delete Windows 7 Sidebar Folder (only one refusing access to Administrator) Forum Will admin only accessibl folders be accessible after computer format? Forum How 2 restrict access to windows and other folders to prevent installs Forum How to enable/show an accessible but not visible harddisk .. Forum How to enable/show an accessible but not visible harddisk .. Forum SolvedHow to Restrict Folder Access to ONLY ONE Administrator under Win 7 Forum How can I get access to files and folders on my portable d.. Forum How do I access old Outlook Express folders? Forum Access is denied to some my folders. How to regain access? Forum How to restrict access to just Files, not Folders Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !