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How to fix Exception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters75b6bf7c 4

Defrag disapear, windows no disk always appearing.

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Defrag disapear, windows no disk always appearing.

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drea_mike67 on Jul 31, 2009
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Hello drea_mike67,

There may be any number of storage device faults causing the no disk exception error message. For instance, a usb device may have been removed without choosing the 'safely remove hardware' option. If that's the case then reconnect the usb device and choose 'safely remove hardware' (bottom right hand corner of your PC screen), and then remove the USB device.

If the error message still comes up then try using the device manager in the windows control panel like this:

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In the Control Panel, do the following:
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The only way to get rid of it is to re-install ur operating system..

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