Windows XP – No Disk Error Appears Simultaneously

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Hi folks,

Can someone please help me out! I have this machine running on window XP professional SP3. One day I did a boot up and it displayed an error message labeled;

“Windows – No Disk

Exception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters 75b6f9c 4 75b6f9c 75b6f9c”

 

Recently I keep getting this message pop up randomly . It appears every time I start my machine and disappears after clicking on cancel several times. It also appears several times if I try to delete files from my computer.

I can’t figure out the problem since I did not unexpectedly remove any disks from the drive at the time it first showed up. It’s such an annoying error since I can’t do anything for a long time on my computer without the error appearing.Anyone with an idea on how to get rid of this error?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127098

Windows XP – No Disk Error Appears Simultaneously

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This is not a major problem. It's just improperly unplugged USB, Cell phone, other removable devices or a virus.

Insert your recently plugged device to your computer then with the "remove hardware safely" option in the system tray, unplug it properly. If error comes out while removing your hardware, your removable device is infected with virus, worms, Trojan etc… Do not remove your device yet. Scan your computer and removable device with your updated Anti-Virus.

When the scanning is complete, click the "remove hardware safely" option in the system tray again. Now you can remove it safely.

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Windows XP – No Disk Error Appears Simultaneously

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Hi there,
 
This is a very rudimentary error and there is nothing to be afraid of. The system is basically looking for a CD/DVD, USB device, phone that was connected before and that the device was removed without selecting the safely remove device feature in windows.
 
If you were unsure what you did prior to the error, navigate to the following
 
Start>Control Panel>Administrative tools>Event viewer.
 
Through the event viewer you should be able to see what device you attached prior to the error.
 
Just attach/insert the device/media and the error will be remedied

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