+ 0 Votes This should help IC-IT 6 years ago If you are running Vista do this with an elevated cmd prompt (admin). For the drive; open a cmdprompt (or Run) and type - regsvr32 /i shell32.dll I would also do a spyware check with Spybot Search and Destroy and with AdWare, both are free and can be found at sites like; www.download.com + 0 Votes Look here and tell us what you see seanferd 6 years ago In Explorer, click View > Folder Options > File Types. Find 'Drive' in the list. Click on it and tell us what it says for Opens With. Also, click on Edit, and tell us what it says in the Actions box.