$RECYCLE. BIN and System Volume Information found on drive d.

Hello Microsoft,

Can you help me? I found $RECYCLE. BIN and System Volume Information folder on my D drive. Also, I found $RECYCLE. BIN System Volume Information, bootmgr and hiberfil.sys, BOOTNXT, pagefil.sys in my drive C I tried to delete the two folders in the D drive, but it cant e deleted. What is a malware virus? My laptop is infected with the virus. Help, please. How can I remove this? or is it supposed to be deleted?
Thank you

MF

Those are the normal os files and they are safe.  You should not remove and probably impossible

Hiberfil is for example your Hibernate file

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