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I receive the same error, but only when opening or saving a file while a removable drive is attached to the computer (typically my camera's CF card). Naturally this is annoying when processing new photos. I don't have a solution to the underlying problem, but I do have a workaround for the annoying pop-up message. It involves using Windows Registry Editor, so use at your own risk.
1. Start Button -> Run 2. Type "regedit" without the quotes 3. Proceed through the following entries (double-click each name: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SYSTEM -> CurrentControlSet -> Control -> Windows 4. Locate "ErrorMode" and double-click 5. Change the entry for "Value Data" from 0 to 2 6. Change the entry for "Base" from Hexadecimal to Decimal 7. Click "OK" 8. Press F5 to refresh the Registry Editor 9. Close all windows and restart your computer
Again, this will stop the pop-up messages warning you that there's no disk, but it doesn't solve the underlying problem. If you're comfortable that there's nothing actually wrong with your computer (I am) this will at least make GIMP usable again. Thanks to jamuma on answers.microsoft.com for the original idea.
if your downloading photos from your camera, take the sd card out of it and plug that into your comuter directly (if you can) that should open as a storage device, click on open folder to view files and find you photos there, you should be able to view them and drag and drop them into a folder of your choice. If you dont have a sd card reader on your computer, you will have to use the cable that came with your camera. but if this is the case, install the software that came with your camer and use that as your photo editor. It probably is a program from U-Lead or something like that
I would recommend to stop using Microsoft Works, as not everyone has it. Microsoft Word will let you open all Word attachments. Word documents are NOT compatible with Works. If you have a copy of Microsoft Office 2003 or 2007 available, you should install it, otherwise, I would recommend that you buy Microsoft Office 2007.
Copy the contents of the "OutlookSecureTempFolder" key and paste it in the Windows Explorer to open the OutlookSecureTempFolder. Your file will most probably be here. This location can not be browsed to and can only be found from the registry as it is different for all users. e.g. for myself it is as follows:
D:\Users\keekus\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\R34DKK8O\
Find the MS photo program on your hard drive (I believe, but am not sure, it is located here: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Photo Editor.Exe Create a shortcut (right click on Photo Editor.exe and choose create shortcut) to the program. Then, after the shortcut is created, RIGHT click on the shortcut and click on properties. In the properties windows that pops up, find "run probram MAXIMIXED and make sure that is checked." then, click on OK a couple of times until you can see the "shortcut to photo editor.exe" shortcut. Double-click on that shortcut, which should start photo editor maximized.
Now close photo editor.
Hopefully from this point on every time you open photo editor it will open maximized because you have just tweaked the registry to do so...
open the program. Look on the menu bar on the bottom of the screen. Right click on the photo editor tab and choose "maximize" the window will come up to full screen mode. Then minimize the program and right click on the tab on the bottom again and choose move, you will be able to reposition the window to the center of the screen
Ditch Kodak Easyshare and just use your email program:
When you send photos in e-mail, the photos go along for the ride as attachments, just like any other file you add to an e-mail.
To attach a photo in Outlook:
Click New to open a Message window.
Fill in the To and Subject boxes as usual and type any message you wish to accompany the photos.
Click Insert File (the paperclip icon), locate your file through the Insert File box, click the file's name and then click the Insert button. If you wish to add multiple files from within the same folder, hold down the Ctrl key while clicking multiple files, then click the Insert button.
Repeat Step 3 for any other files you wish to attach.
In Outlook Express:
Click Create Mail to open a New Message window.
Fill in the To and Subject lines and type in your message.
Click the Attach button, locate the file in the Insert Attachment box and click Attach. Use Ctrl-click to select multiple files.
In Netscape Mail:
Click New Message to open the Compose window.
Fill in the To and Subject lines, and type in your message.
Click the Attach button or, in Netscape 6, click in the empty Attachments box.
Select your file in the Enter Files To Attach dialog and click Open.