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Windows error message-

This error message appears as soon as we start up. We can't get rid of it and have no idea where it came from.

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  • cma98 May 01, 2008

    Error message is "windows-no disk".Exception Processing Message C0000013 Parameters 75b6bf9c 4 75b6bf9c 75b6bf9c.

  • cma98 May 02, 2008

    Not sure what you need. Tower says "Athlon X2. It has Windows XP and is a Media Center Edition 2004. Believe I was reading email when it first appeared. We have had Norton since computer was new in 2006, just renewed last month. We have a Canon printer connected, programs for Epson Picture Mate, and a Sony digital camera (which, by the way, wouldn't work this morning when I tried to download some pix). Hope this helps. Thanks.

  • Speed66 May 11, 2010

    If you could let me know a little more info. to help you: What is your operating system? Do you remember what the last thing is you were doing before this error came up the first time? Have you used a certain anti virus, media player or printer with this setup? The answers to these will help me solve your problem. Thanks.

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Thanks for the info.. My suggestion would be to follow the link in the jedinger post. Numbers 1,2 and 4 actually spell out some of my ideas. If you do use Quicktime and have updated it and there is still a problem, the dit.exe in the startup would be one file I would delete. First test it by running msconfig from the run in startup. Disable dit.exe in startup tab and reboot. If this does the trick, delete. Hope one of these helps.

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That seems like it's a problem with a malware or virus being present, as it's making windows think there is no system disk.

Check this site:  http://www.consumingexperience.com/2007/11/windows-no-disk-exception-processing.html

It will explain how to fix the issue.

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