Yesterday, I saved some files from work on my thumb drive to use later that afternoon. While I was attempting to move them to my home computer, I opened My Computer, D drive (not my C drive which is my boot drive) and the G drive (thumb drive) on Windows XP to move the files. On my first attempt, all of my open windows closed on me. I thought that was odd, but I tried again and successfully moved the files from the drive. Immediately after I moved the files, my computer rebooted.
I am running Windows XP with SP 2, and I have Norton Antivirus 2004 with the latest updates. I recently ran a scan of my computer and it did not find any viruses.
Once the computer rebooted, my D drive did not show, so I shut the computer down, opened it up to check on my cables. Everything was OK. I turned the computer on again and it recognized my D Drive. I hit F1 to save the information and the computer started. However, as soon as the Windows logo appeared, the computer would reboot. The funny thing is it shows a "blue screen", but I can't read the information in it because it reboots right at the moment the screen shows.
I powered down the computer, disconnected the D drive, and the computer boots fine. I don't know what is happening, but I would like to slavage my information on my D drive.
Please help!!! :sad: :eek: