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Old 11-16-2004, 12:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Why are some applications , when I chose to let them run at Startup , gives me an Error message.
" There is No disk in the Drive. Please Insert a diski nto drive
\Device\Hardisk4\DR14 "

Then it gives me the option of:

Cancel Try Again Continue

Usually, I would choose and hit a couple of times at the Continue Option. Usually happen to Program like Spy sweeper and zone Alarm and now a freeware call Cleancache.
How do I make XP Home Ed. NOT to ask for the Disk at Startup. I have already check MSCONFIG and it seems okay. Eventthough, I Re-Format and Re-Install Xp., Re-dowloaded a Fresh copy of the Programs and Re-Install it again but to no avail.


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good question, my quicktime does this too, asks for a disk, then i click on continue repeatedly until the program starts.
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