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Windows Vista CLMLSvc.exe error pop-up


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#1 Storm-762

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Posted 15 November 2009 - 12:10 PM

I'm running Win Vista 64 bit, after start-up the following message pops up: CLMLSvc.ece - No Disk "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive\device\harddisk\DR1." There are 3 buttons on the bottom of the pop-up; CANCEL - Try Again - Continue. No matter which button I hit the pop-up comes right back up and can't be shut down. I can reboot the PC, no difference. The only way to remove it from the middle of the desktop is to drag it to the bottom of the window. It can't be minimized or shut down!

Does anyone have a solution as how to correct the problem, stop this annoying pop-up? I've run Spybot, Kaspersky anti-virus, Lavasoft malware and no help...all software is current and up to date. I don't believe this is a virus / malware but a file problem?

Please help, you can respond to me at: xxxxxxxxxxxx also.

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#2 garmanma

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Posted 15 November 2009 - 01:10 PM

CLMLSvc.exe belongs to CyberLink MediaLibray Service from Cyberlink
File path: %programfiles%\homecinema\power2go
Do you have Power DVD installed?
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#3 garmanma

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Posted 18 November 2009 - 04:55 PM

From a PM

Since responding to you I tried something. I created a separate account w/log-in for my wife, set her up an e-mail account on her log-in etc......NO CLMLSvc.exe error messages appear! This is a very strange occurrence.....it only happens at "my log-in" name, again I'm running Vista. Any ideas so far? Thought about creating another log-in name, migrating over the stuff on my page then completely dumping my original log-in page? [/size][/size][/size]
Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

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Norm Allen

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It's not all that strange
Your account was somehow corrupted
What you propose would be the thing to do
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