Everytime I turn my computer on I get this error message popping up: Windows - No Disk Exception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters 75b6bf9c 4 75b6bf9c I have to click on "cancel" A simple google search finds a lot people all over the world having this problem, and are solving it in different ways, because the suspected source is different: Norton, HP, etc. IMO these steps should work for a large percentage of these "NO CD" errors. Note: if you already have items unchecked under msconfig > startups and are in "selective" startup mode - you should note what these are before beginning. weblink
I simply changed them back to the original drive letters and the message disappeared! I really hope someone can help. I also removed the registry entries. 15 April, 2008 05:41 blueslogical aka Blueslogic aka redguitars said... It is infuriating. navigate to this website
Please perform the following steps: 1. Should I change this to C: or will it cause a problem? 08 October, 2008 13:27 Improbulus said... After re-enabling everything including SYSTEM.INI I cannot get on to the internet, it also seems several apps are not loading upon startup yet everything in the system config is checked to My uneducated opinion:Your (and my) primary problem stemmed from NOT having C DRIVE as Local Disk/Hard Drive.
last resort is start in dos , run smartdrive and install out of the i386 folder on disc. Again Great Job. 15 December, 2007 13:04 Anonymous said... I could plug it in later. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/76435/xp-on-install-no-disk-error/ Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/563997 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
Select Change Drive Letter and Path Remove the drive Repeat for all Removable drives. tech jargon.Greg Sunday, March 16, 2008 6:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote helpful said "I have suffered from this problem for about 6 months and eventually found I believe it is caused either by one of the MS updates or a driver update to a block of internal or external removable media drives and when loaded it has Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - a couple of questions by Jbar01 / September 17, 2007 11:33 AM PDT In reply to: a couple of questions.
it doesn't seem to matter what you are doing when the popup appears. her latest blog Maybe someone out there can let me know something to do. In checking Disk Manager we saw that C was a removable drive. Could the answer possibly be in the programs memory looking for a drive that isn't there anymore?
Hi, I have the following set up: * Lenovo T-61p * Windows XP Pro, SP 3 * Kaspersky Internet Security 9.0 * Autorun Eater 2.4 * Norton Ghost 9.0 * have a peek at these guys Let's try the easier ones first. (^_^) These 3 steps have worked for me on 10 out of 10 problem PC's with various OS's. ashwori, Apr 22, 2007 #5 jettekjoe Joined: Sep 18, 2007 Messages: 1 I started having problems with the same error message Windows No Disk and/or CTFMON.exe No Disk. In June of 2008 even published the third version.The researchers note that Mebroot of other malware is different because the developers so much attention.
Didn't get rid of the message. Using the site is easy and fun. At the same time the problem popped-up, McAfee detected and removed the following: BackDoor-CEP.svr (Trojan) Generic!tr(Trojan) W32/CWT.worm (Virus)` It seems that one of these Trojans or viruses were check over here Now upon the forced reboot from this "Verification" ____ now my machine runs like ____ (i am going through this as I type) Pages scroll all blinky and studdery like to
If I have gone back and enabled everything and windows isnt running properly, what the hell did I do? Tried another port - same result. I also did not mess with the floppy drive, because it did not seem to be an issue.
Now, no errors, and the program runs like a charm. but then nothing will show up when you put media in them, which is still annoying...but nowhere near as annoying as having to click "cancel" twice every single time I add Both program popup and then exit immediately. Thank you again for your help...
I've read all the methods that u said about and surprisingly disabling the floppy disk did the job for me.thanks a lot for saving me from this pain in the a** Bob-McK 31 December, 2008 22:13 Improbulus said... Or the last resort of the registry tweak to get rid of the error message? this content I was on the point of reinstalling Windows as the only way of resolving the issue when I found your excellently written tutorial via Google.
I began to have this problem during installation of MS SQL Client software on my XP Pro machine. I assume that the offending programs were running in the background and were trying as first priority to access the "C" labeled drive. I had this error message start appearing on my PC on 14 Feb 09. I run a virus program and deleated pic.
Its about 6 months old aand I dont ever download anything from the net. This one is XP Pro and does not have that problem. I wanted a proper fix not just to leave the card reader unplugged. My solution was for him to get off his fat lazy behind and go to a machine that did not have this problem. 23 September, 2008 18:19 Dazza50 said...
Either don't run the program, or get an updated version or do something with the device, depending on the exact cause.A good discussion is http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6142_102-0.html?forumID=5&threadID=243141&start=0 One of the posts even is Bob thanks for the feedback, I'm glad my post helped! 31 December, 2008 23:16 Halleson said... there's also NOD32 ESET), clean any infections and rebootif that doesn't work, try changing your drive letter assignments as shown in the step by step howto below - this works for Take mine for what value it may have to anyone who reads it. 01 October, 2008 01:59 Anonymous said...
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!! The problem I have with this error was narrowed down to the SYSTEM.INI file. If you have any USB cables connected to the computer or any flash drives connected disconnect them and the press cancel... Something about Net Frame.