I keep getting "there is no disk in drive F:" on bootup, windows 10. How do I remove that message?
I've tried the conventional entry into boot up and ensured drive C: is my boot up drive. I assigned drive F: as my secondary bootup but since the latest (maybe two updates ago or so) Windows update I keep getting the error mentioned. It takes three or four tries to get the critter to clear the screen and allow me to continue via the C: boot up drive.
Any ideas? I have no doubt it's a simple fix. I'm probably just over thinking it. It's been awhile since I've had to tinker on my computer's boot up sequence.
Thanks in advance for the ideas/help.
Edited by BwaHa, 12 October 2017 - 02:19 PM.