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Wrong Volume Running XP Pro and when I turned it on yesterday there is a message "The wrong volume is in the drive. Please insert volume 0108103001222 into drive E. I do not have this computer on the internet as I use it for pictures only. Thanks

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Re: Wrong Volume

It looks like your computer is trying to access a cd in your CD rom drive. I may be completely wrong on this, but this is from my past experience. So once you put that CD in that drive its ok and you let it do do what its trying to do, then after that you take the cd out. If E is not your CD drive, let me know.

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

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