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Old March 30, 2012, 10:15 PM
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That's what he did. Read the original post.

You probably just need to assign a drive letter in disk management. Link on how to open it: Disk Management Windows 7 - How To Access Disk Management in Windows 7

Do not add or delete partitions or you will lose your data.

Once you can see the drive, run every antivirus and anti malware you have on it, including MS Malicious Removal Tool. Oh, and make sure you are able to see hidden files/folders, they are probably still there but the trojan hides them.
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