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"No Disk" error when booting and loading some programs

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by gstewart8, Feb 4, 2007.

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    I get a Windows "No Disk" error often when I boot or load some programs - particularly any browser. This does not occur in safe mode. If I click on either "continue" or "ignore" twice I can continue. No disk is specified. Microsoft has advice in article KB330137 relating to this but it assumes that I have a disk assigned to C: which I don't.

    I have scanned for spyware and virus using several programs.
     
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