I get Wmpdic32.exe. No Disk error when i start Win XP

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Hey,

Whenever I start Windows XP, I get the error no disk in the drive.

Please insert a disk into drive DeviceHardisk1DR2.

Please explain to me the course of this error and tell me how I can resolve it.

Thanks.

no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive DeviceHardisk1DR2
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I get Wmpdic32.exe. No Disk error when i start Win XP

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Dear joestini,

 
The error "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive DeviceharddiskDr1" is due to.
 
1. Having a certain removable disk assigned as "drive c" or being named 'c'.
 
2. Or maybe you do not have a removable disk in your removable disk drive. Having known the cause of this trouble, let me then give you the solutions to this problem. The obvious one is to check whether you have a removable disk in the removable drive, if not, insert it and start your computer.
 
To alter the drive letter, log into your PC, hoping you're the administrator, insert a removable disk and right click on My computer, click manage and then Disk management, right click the Partition to change, click on Change paths and Drive letter, click the removable drive and change the letter and then click OK.
 
Thanks.

 

 

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