I have a Windows XP SP3 computer with something strange going on that I've never seen before (see attachment). Windows explorer shows two drives C:\ and E:\ That wouldn't be particularly strange except there is only one physical drive with a single 1 terabyte partion on it. Disk Management show the drive properly as does Disk Defrag. The interesting part is, one seems to be a live ghost of the other almost like there was some bizarre mirroring going on in real time, which I can assure you there is not. If you create a text file on either drive in any place from the root of the drive to any container folder it is duplicated identically including any edits on the other drive within explorer. If you delete that file from either drive it is automatically deleted from the other drive. I've of course scanned it for virus and malware and have performed a complete Chkdsk /R thinking there was something corrupt with the volume bitmap or master boot record or file allocation table or something but the drive comes back as pristine no issues or problems. The machine runs flawlessly without issue or problem but you can probably understand how this could be a possible annoyance. Anyone ever seen anything like this before?