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The annoying A-Drive!!!

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by Bradk, Nov 27, 2001.

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  1. Bradk

    Bradk Thread Starter

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    Hello all...Lets see if you guys can do as well with this one. Okay here we go. On three different computers of mine the A-Drive will try to access a disk that is not there. In other words, out of the blue the A-drive will just start going nuts. This will generally happen a hour after I turn the computer on and again a hour later. Now I've been told this problem could be resolved in the registry somewhere.
    The one thing that these machines have in common is AUTOCAD2000...the reason I bring this up is because I only noticed this after I put it on my last computer. Thanks for your help
     
  2. Gary R

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    I'm not familiar with AutoCad2000, BUT since it happens on a reguar basis (ie: every hour) I wonder if the program has an automatic save function in one of its "preferences", "tools", or "options" settings which is being directed to the 'A' drive instead of the Hard drive?
     
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