Insert CDROM Error with Virtual Truck Program

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I have a simple but very irritating problem. When I start up the computer, I instantly get the following error message “Insert CDROM Please insert your CDROM with the Virtual Truck program, looking for file: DinstallsTeraUSBVTruck2.exe”.

After a short time, I installed a USB broadband to the network cable adaptor item. I tried to use the old 'ntl:' CD, but I didn't able to complete the installation (mainly the reason that I couldn't).

And then, I closed the installation after it had requested me to reboot. But I think this indicates that after the reboot, it tried and continue but I wouldn’t like to because it was not working and I gave up. Now this error message keeps showing, and I’ve tried to set the disk in and trying to continue the installation but it still didn’t work.

I am trying to cancel it, and I think it works. After that I start up the computer and there it is once more.

I want to solve this error message, can I set the computer to stop searching for this item consistently that it will turn on or hide it?

Please help.

Thanks in advance.

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Insert CDROM Error with Virtual Truck Program

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Hi,

There are several ways to resolve the issue you have regarding your CDROM. You may try any of the following:

  1. Click on Start then type MSCONFIG on run then press Enter
  2. You will see then a pop-up box for System configuration Utility.  Please locate the entry responsible for calling the file and uncheck its box. After that, please click on Apply, then Ok.
  3. Restart your Computer.

If you are not sure which startup items you have to check and uncheck, you may also try to clean boot instead:

  1. Log on to your computer as an administrator
  2. Click on Start, then click on run and type msconfig.exe, please press Enter
  3. You will then see the System Configuration Utility box
  4. Please go to General tab, and choose Selective Startup, then clear the Load startup items by clicking its check box.
  5. Then on the service tab, please select Hide all Microsoft services, then Disable all
  6. Click on Ok, then restart your computer

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