URLs typically do not allow you to point to files in a Windows file system (some web sites may not even run on a machine with a 😧 drive). This is a very old 90's security mechanism to avoid publishing your OS files on the external internet.
The browser is not important, as demonstrated by the error message 404 which means that the web server cannot find the page you are requesting. All pages on a web site are either located in the directory tree under the document root or URLs are disassembled by web server code to lead to a location in a DB. QlikView servers use the classical document root-based page location.
Which web server is your QlikView installation using?
QVWS: check the different document locations accessible by QVWS in QMC->System->Setup->QlikView Web Servers->Web->Root Folders. Anything in folders not under these starting points cannot be made available via the AccessPoint
You can either relocate the documents you want to publish, or add a Root Folder that points to the correct location.