The pests don't limit themselves to such. But it all depends on the pest in question.
It would not be safe to think that D: would survive.
Can Viruses, Worms cause damage to a Second Hard Disk
I have a second Hard Disk on my computer, hooked
as Slave on the same IDE channel as primary C drive, where the C drive is master. I keep all my
data files on the Second HD
I want to know, if my computer gets infected with
Virus / Worm or other such lovable creatures,
can they wipe out the data on the Second Hard Disk
or format this Second drive ?
The Cache folders for my Browsers (Internet
Explorer and Mozilla) are on the primary C
drive and so is the Temp folder (at C:\Windows)
Needless to say, I don't download any e-mail
attachments from unknown senders or Click
at Pop-Up ads, if any.
My understanding is that these 'Lovable Creatures'
when they come to say hello, they find their place
of residence at C drive.
I will appreciate comments from other members,
specially those who have played hosts to Viruses
Thank you Lord, for giving us Bananas, Hot Dogs,
Chewing Gum and also making computing so
unsafe for web-surfing
Frankie, A God-fearing humble being.