Virus affected PC -All drives are empty

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my PC has been affected by virus. This is my guess only. I have 80 GB hard disk and 1 Gb RAM. It’s a Pentium processor. I have five partitions in total including C drive. I had huge data in all the drives. Almost all the drives were full. Sad thing is after the recent restart, I am just seeing all drives as empty. Size and free space both are same. I can open the drives too. Even if I search some files, the results are not appearing. C drive is intact and all the documents too. I am very much worried. Can anybody please help? I cannot afford to lose the data. It’s simply precious with all the photos and other documents of decade period.

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Virus affected PC -All drives are empty

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In this case, you files and documents are hidden in the hard drives, just where you left the data. A program that expressively hides files and folders commits to this. What you need to do is to go to the

-control panel and click on folder options.

-on the view button, go down to "Hidden Files and Folders"

-Highlight the "Show hidden Files, Folders and Drives".

Confirm if all your documents are there. Also use an antivirus to keep the security of your computer intact.

 

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