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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.
turn on computer,press F* repetedly until screen shows up wth options safe mode safe mode with networking etc... in dat screen select option "most recent good configuration" and enter..next window select windows xp and enter..thats it. after u log in.clean whole system with good virus scanner for viruses,malware,trojans all
Step 1: Shut down your PC completely. Step 2: Turn on the Power button. Step 3: As soon as you turn it on start hitting the F8 key on your keyboard until you get to a black screen called "Windows Advanced option". (If you don't get to that that screen but you end up reaching the blue screen than that means you have delayed in hitting the F8 key. start again from step 1.) Step 4: As soon as you reach "Windows Advanced option" use your down arrow keys to choose an option called "Last know good configuration". Step 5: Select that and HIT ENTER. Step 6: your PC will boot to the windows.
For that you need to fix error on harddrive. For that You can solve this errors with following 2 methods. (1)When you power up the computer press F8 key then enter in safe mode. Then if you are able to enter in safe mode then uninstall driver or software which you installed recently and face this error. (2)If
you are not able to enter in safe mode Then you need to fix error on
hard drive.For that you need windows disk or recovery disk. Boot your computer with that disk For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 "del" key to enter in bios. Then go to boot menu and set frist boot device as your cd or dvd rom. Then save settings and exit bios. Insert windows disk in cd /dvd rom. Then it boot with that disk.Then you get this message "Press any key to boot from cd.." Then press any key. Then follow the procedure then enter in recovery console mode then type in prompt "chkdsk /r" Then type "y" Then it fix error on hard drive. Then
check if again you are not able to enter in windows then boot again and
this time choose "R" option for repair previous windows " then it
repairs old windows then it loads again old windows. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
Start your computer in safe mode (press F8 before you get the Windows splash screen). I usually suggest pressing F8 continuously as soon as you see anything on the screen. Once you get the white menu up that allows you to enter safe mode, let the computer boot into safe mode and do a system restore back to when you know the system worked. That should solve the problem.
1.Click on Start,Run
2.Type msconfig, click ok.
3. Go to the strartup tab at the top of the window that opened.
4. Look for a startup entry, that is linked to your problem, go through all of them carefully and remove the tic mark in the check box,
5. Restart your PC
6 After the restart, a grey block will popup saying that you've made changes .....
7. Tic the checkbox that says,"do not show this message again"
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