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Topic # 31528 20-Mar-2009 21:49
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Hey guys

i have this annoying window pop up that says


Windows - No Disk

Exeception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters 75b6bf7c

can someone please help me out and sort this problem out? its very annoying

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  Reply # 202449 20-Mar-2009 21:53
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You will need to have the image hosted somewhere.

Also, any other information - program name, process name, what you are doing when it happens, etc?




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  Reply # 202471 21-Mar-2009 09:42
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I did this search on google.

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  Reply # 202485 21-Mar-2009 12:04
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bellz: Hey guys

i have this annoying window pop up that says


Windows - No Disk

Exeception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters 75b6bf7c

can someone please help me out and sort this problem out? its very annoying

Windows is obviously expecting a disk. Suggest attaching one to your PC.

(Sorry, couldn't resist!!)

:-P









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  Reply # 203174 25-Mar-2009 07:25
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Thanks guys for your replys

seems like i mightve caught a virus. Cause it seems i cant acess my task manager and everytime i plug something into one of my USB ports its always playing up. Thanks again for your help. Always appreciated

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