Error Message C0000013 after download

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justyermama

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I get the Windows No Disk exception C0000013 etc. error after I downloaded System Mechanic via Real Player. When I uninstall System Mechanic it goes away. I have also done clean installs of both programs. I enjoy the tools that System Mechanic provides. Then I downloaded System Mechanic from the iolo website. Same message 3 times whenever I open the program and when the computer is idle. One thing I found out from Real is other programs from their site will not let you download and use applications unless you have a c drive installed. My operating system for some reason was installed to the letter I. I've heard I can't switch the letter to C. I don't have the disk to reinstall hard drive. And I am thinking maybe I get this message because System Mechanic is trying to access the C drive. The download manager used is the same for both sites. Can someone please help me.

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Justyermama
 
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It's not a good idea to switch the drive letters, unless your going to completely reinstall Windows in the process. If everything works fine, except System Mechanic, I wouldn't bother.

What are you trying to do with system mechanic? There's probably a better way.
 

justyermama

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When I open the application I have to close the error message that pops up three times. And when the computer is idle for awhile, it pops up again and needs to be closed three times, as System Mechanic runs in the background. The error message is annoying basically. I want to make it go away.
 
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