Sometimes this kind of thing happens to me. For the past three weeks I'd tried the following, a) change removable drive letters, b) configure using msconfig, c) uninstall A drive, d) update Windows XP, e) use Start-up inspector for Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ How To Fix Windows - No Disk Error nakulnexusuh Loading... Save the file on the local hard drive (C, D). check over here
Solution? Not this time. :-( Anyway, In reading through this thread I saw a lot of references to "drive paging" so I put a blank CD into my D drive and no mayank bharti 8,407 views 1:47 Windows-No Disk - Duration: 1:10. Or try the software fixes or "last resort" registry edit, below.Or is it QuickTime, Norton or Hewlett-Packard or other programs?If all that doesn't work for you, well the other thing I try here
I'm guessing if there was something in the the various card readers, and USB slot in the printer, that's what those would be, but I don't those use those functions of Same issue. Essentially corrupting the program path. 1.
Didn't even need a reboot. 17 September, 2008 04:36 Myke said... - the file HATE.SYS located at WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS is the trigger for Windows - No Disk box.- the directory FOUND.000 in I could plug it in later. Reply Dave says: June 1, 2006 at 8:39 am Hi I am having the exact same problem as described in the blog only in iTunes. Exception Processing Message C00000a3 Parameters 75b6bf7c 4 75b6bf7c 75b6bf7c Hello!!!
Again Great Job. 15 December, 2007 13:04 Anonymous said... No Disk Error Windows 7 My hard drive is on C and changing the letters of my removable drives didn't work. If you insert and remove your flash drives most then those letters will be higher. Tuesday, February 26, 2008 5:08 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote it won't go away.
Monday, June 23, 2008 12:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have had the same problem, but after months of attempts I pinpointed mine to a polling No System Disk Or Disk Error I think it may have started since the last Windows Updates. Here is the full message. Windows - No Disk Exception Processing Message 0xc0000013 Parameters 0x7656023C0x876A38FC 0x7656023C The solutions too may be many. However, in doing that, you do compromise the integrity of the files on the drive you are removing, be it a flash stick, an external HD, an SD card, whatever.
thanks improb, 24 August, 2008 13:06 Ray said... Thanks. 13 January, 2008 02:22 Anonymous said... Windows No Disk Exception Processing Message Monday, December 21, 2009 1:52 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi guys, I was wondering if someone could help me out. No Disk Error In Dvd Player I figured it could easily be undone too.Wayne, 23 April, 2008 16:39 Improbulus said...
I believe it is caused either by one of the MS updates or a driver update to a block of internal or external removable media drives and when loaded it has check my blog After a cup of coffee, I rebooted without the external drives in place. It seems (more testing) required, if I turn on the printer before starting the PC, all is OK. BTW, I'm using Windows XP. No Disk Error Windows 10
Wait... Anyone every any better, more permanent solutions? Thank you again, for helping me. this content I think iPodCalSync was doing it to me.
My SONY VAIO has three memory card slots connected via a USB port that masquerade as disk drives. Cmd Exe No Disk Error Windows 7 Checking removable media drives for media that ain't thereIt's obvious that something had changed to make the problem start in the first place. In XP etc this is passed to the application.
Kingston didn't, even though it is their card. there's also NOD32 ESET), clean any infections and rebootif that doesn't work, try changing your drive letter assignments as shown in the step by step howto below - this works for uninstalling and reinstalling an upgraded (or latest possible) version of QuickTime; similarly with your Norton and HP software if you have any, and clearing your most recently used documents or files There Is No Disk In The Drive Windows 10 I deleted all files with symantec & norton.
it worked really good for me 2. This was a great help to me in getting rid of a highly annoying problem easily, especially after trawling numerous sites searching for a fix with no luck. Loading... http://yellowproductions.net/no-disk/window-no-disk.php Suspect a startup program (this only happened after a boot) was looking for a driver or data on the C drive.
If I click re-try, all seems to be OK. Tried all the recommendations and found it was Quicktime. But recently I replaced an HP All-In-One connected to one of the computers and the problem returned.It seems the problem now is that the new HP device has an on-board multi-reader. What does this mean and how can I get rid of it? _______________________________________________________ SnippingTool.exe - No Disk _______________________________________________________ "X" There is no disk in the drive.
First of all, I was pretty sure that I had no virus as BitDefender had just said so. Any suggestions to help stop this message?. I have uninstalled a few programs and it did nto change the message. I have also got an external hard drive and I renamed Thanks, 21 December, 2007 01:15 Anonymous said... We may still manually run these programs later.
The infection was due to TR/autoit.c1.14 (trojan) and it was hiding in path C:\user\richard\appdata\roaming\regsvr.exe. Disconnecting or turning it off elminates the problem.But in this case the solution is beyond my ken. Thought maybe this info might be useful to someone, cuz I hadn't seen this particular scenario mentioned in all of the proceeding posts. I never heard of that before.
Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Windows No Disk exception processing message by I had to boot a super winpe disk to delete them and then all was well. I am running Vista but the steps are just the same.Great job!Wintings 18 January, 2008 12:54 Anonymous said...