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need help with a random "no disk" error


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#1 urbanninja

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 06:23 PM

Well, recently I have been getting this message on my screen

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I know that it is no form of malware, adware, ect because I have ran many, Many malware/ virus scanners and my computer is clean. It seems that I get this message whenever I open any program (including start-up programs) so when I turn my computer on, this message appears and re-appears no matter how many times I click "okay", "continue", "cancel", or the "X" button. After a few minutes of repeatedly exiting this dialog box, it stops showing up. Then, whenever I open any program (such as Firefox, PSCS3, WoW, Blender, Tune-up Utilities, MBAM, ect...) it comes back up.

So, I have no clue what this is or how to fix it. System restore, Tune-up's 1-click Maintenance, virus scanners... nothing works! So I was hoping that someone could give me some insight to this problems and possibly even a solution, going by the image I have shown.

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 06:50 PM

you try running hijack this and see if you find anything in there?

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Posted 30 June 2009 - 07:08 PM

What kind of computer you have?? And do you have Quicktime installed???

Anyways a quick easy fix for this would be to change the drive letter assignments for your removable storage devices (ie CD-Rom). You can do this by going to start, run, type in diskmgmt.msc. Right click on your CD-Rom drive and click change drive letter and paths. Once you do that it will show your current drive letter assignment. Click change. Change it to a different letter and reboot. Let me know how this works for you.

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Posted 01 July 2009 - 01:24 PM

I have a 2003 Windows xp Home edition and yes I have quicktime. I'm not sure how that matters for this problem, but thank you for your solution because it worked! I changed all of my drive letters (except for C:) and the problem seized to exist.




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