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Solved: I keep getting an error bar

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tc3125, Jan 30, 2007.

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  1. tc3125

    tc3125 Thread Starter

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    anytime I open something I get this message in an error bar

    there is no disk in the drive.Please insert a disk into drive\device\harddisk1\dr2

    This usually happens when I try to open Opera and I have already tried to uninstall then reintall opera but it still does it to opera and several other programs

    Any Ideas?
     
  2. ODIN 0ERO

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    try using windows SYSTEM RESTORE tool to restore your WINDOWS to an earlier time.

    located in your---START---PROGRAMS---ACCESSORIES---SYSTEM TOOLS.

    prefferably to the day BEFORE this problem occured.

    your will not lose your personal data.



    scan your HARD DRIVE for spyware and viruses.

    i recomend AD-AWARE ANTISPYWARE.

    and AVAST and NOD32 as antivirus tools.

    google for the above tools.
     
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  4. tc3125

    tc3125 Thread Starter

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    Thanks that did the trick
     
  5. bonk

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    Glad to hear.
     
  6. ODIN 0ERO

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    what did the trick?
     
  7. tc3125

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    sorry, The system restore is what worked. I did not even try the other way with quicktime
     
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    Thanks for the heads-up
     
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