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I did search and find a similar message abourt missing disks but not the mesage I am getting above. 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 All fixed! I have done a light search for a file that might be infected, scanned my computer several times with norton software, no success. navigate here

I was on the point of reinstalling Windows as the only way of resolving the issue when I found your excellently written tutorial via Google. Then go to TASKS--->MANAGE BACKUP DESTINATION. It started yesterday. I then tried to turn off my external drives using the eject command, but the message on both was "Can't do that.

A reboot wasn't needed, and there haven't been any recent changes apart from what MS may have forced upon me! :-)Nice work -- thanks!!Cheers, Dallas 29 November, 2007 01:16 Anonymous said... Remove items in the starup folder and add back in a few at a time unless you have a crapton of them (I have seen up to 25 items here! I assume that the offending programs were running in the background and were trying as first priority to access the "C" labeled drive.

  1. Where is this?
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  3. This one is XP Pro and does not have that problem.
  4. The exception error does not occur until you plug a card or Device into the reader that is USB 2.0 for example a USB Flash Drive in excess of 2 GB.
  5. Rinse and repeat for all the other removable drives in the bottom right hand window which have no media in them.

The problems started before the dual-boot was installed. Replies are locked for this thread. Great job. julia dexter 760 προβολές 2:11 Windows Диск отсутствует Exception Processing Message C0000013 Parameters 75b3bf7c 4 - Διάρκεια: 1:42.

I had already seen the "Removable media" entry in Device manager on my laptop but ..... If still getting the same error, remove all external and internal hardware which is non-essetial such as network cards, modems, sound cards, memory card readers, and unconnected storage controllers and then What worked for me in the end was disabling my virtual drive, making DAEMON Tools manager do the switch from 1 drive to 0.My guess is that either antivirus or firewall Problem sprung, when I inserted a thumb drive, then accessed it to access and restore a file to Quick Books, while the QB Training course was in another drive.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No Disk Exception Processing Error by billzhills / August 31, 2007 11:43 PM PDT In reply to: Windows No Disk exception processing message Eureka! what software did you update or install or uninstall before that? On looking under "Startup" I noticed that there was one entry titled "microsoftshit" and the filename was scvhost.exe (yes the spelling is correct).

SyncroScales Contributor4 Reg: 23-Dec-2009 Posts: 88 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Norton Ghost 15: No Disk error messages and Floppy A drive making lots of sounds. I gotta patient so I have to go to work now. Whateverway, I uninstalled 'Quicktime' and installed 'Quicktime Alternative' after finding this suggestion in another forum. (DO YOU RUN QUICKTIME CURRENTLY???) (Also, I do not know how CNET views 'Quicktime Alternative' - Slow Booting in Windows 10 A smart TV kills my ext HD Possible Trojan/Rootkit?

Mwah x Thank you!! 12 August, 2008 20:38 Mr. check over here COMPUTERS CAN BE SO STUPID!!!! 09 February, 2009 01:28 Brad P. Error EBAB03E9: Internal Application Error: Memory Access Violation c0000005: Application tried to read memory at 03660024. (UMI:V-281-3215-6016) Details: Source: Norton Ghost 10/12/2011 7:38:47 PM (Dec. 10 2011) Error EC8F1780: Cannot successfully To add to everything said, I encountered the parameters 75b6bf7c, the '7' being where the '9' was in the discussed parameters.

I can't reinstall Norton 2006 as I am now using Norton 360. Thanks much for the info regarding the windows No-Disk exception, I will give it a try!It is fairly common Knowledge, at least among the online circles I hang with, that MS If I can discern where the persistent QT settings (including recent files opened, which can evidently give rise to this dreaded "no disk" error msg) are retained, I'll post the info his comment is here Internal and external drives.- Laptop specs: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3800+ 2Ghz, 3Gb RAM, Vista Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 2, ATI 3100.

That is either SAFE REMOVAL, or not. Maybe just a coincidence but changing the drive letter of my external backup/archive drive caused a more disastrous error message - "disk structure is corrupted and unreadable". The issue will be resolved. 12-16-2009, 07:02 AM #9 briisthemn Registered Member Join Date: Dec 2009 Posts: 1 OS: XP Pro SP3 Quote: Originally Posted by GFF The

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Unplug the card reader. Monday, December 03, 2007 9:35 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It seems that many people have been getting this pop up dialogue box. If I click re-try, all seems to be OK. Of course, now I must find another way to open *.mov files.

If I don't reply back to you in 2 days, feel free tosend me a PM. "You're lying… just like you were lying to me before. You'll see something like this:My mistake was to rightclick the stuff in the top right hand bit. Go to this key : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows 3.Double click the DWORD value name "ErrorMode". http://themedemo.net/norton-ghost/norton-ghost-windows-installer-error.html Simple as that. 09 November, 2008 02:22 Ven said...

STech 25 December, 2007 06:34 Anonymous said... I decided to shift the drive letters down after the hard-drives since I recently installed a dual-boot and needed earlier drive letters. Imprint Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Business Licensing Provisions Sitemap Thanks SO MUCH for solving this problem for me.

After just deleting the first tow mentioned file extensions, the same thing happened. I can stop it from happening by safely removing hardware, and removing the drive that the 8250 creates on your computer when you plug it in. 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 Course now I gotta reinstall the printer software, but that's okay.Thanks for the input. (Igotta RTFM more!)Steve 07 July, 2008 19:09 Anonymous said...

Basically my Flat Panel monitor has a multi-card reader built in, every time I switched off & then on the monitor I got the same error messages several times, i.e. Click on it and install it. Please help..Thank you very much. 03 April, 2008 06:01 Improbulus said... Thanks for your comments, please keep the feedback coming!Rich - have you tried installing an updated version of Quicktime?

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