Disk error on Windows Vista

Asked By 10 points N/A Posted on -

Hi. I Have just used Windows Vista OS for the first time, so I have no idea what to do.

I receive a Windows disk error message of some sort then the machine hangs.


Windows – No Disk


Exception Processing Message 0xc0000013 Parameters 0x75C892A0 0x00000004 0x75C892A0 0x75C892A0

What does this error mean?


I want a proper solution.


Thanks in advance.

Best Answer by Marie Chan
Best Answer
Best Answer
Answered By 15 points N/A #96599

Disk error on Windows Vista


It's possible that a malware is responsible for the error message that you're getting. Before you continue, try scanning your system with a virus scanner or malware remover.

Once you've taken out the possibility that this error is caused by malware, try to change the letter assignments of your drives. For Windows Vista, the steps are outlined below:

  1. Go to Start>Search box>type diskmgmt.msc
  2. Once you have the windows open, look to the bottom right where you see the Disk numbers
  3. Look for the drive that says Removable Media and No Media
  4. Right click on it and select Change Drive Letter and Paths
  5. Click change and pick a drive letter
  6. Repeat this for all removable media that has the "No Media" message
  7. Reboot

Good luck, I hope that helps!

Answered By 5 points N/A #96600

Disk error on Windows Vista


Try to disable any security software installed on your computer. And also, click Start>Run> type msconfig to open the System Configuration window. And then go to Startup tab and check what is running on startup that is causing this issue. Disable it to check if the issue is caused by a loading program. If you just recently installed Vista before this error appears, run the recovery disk to fix the issue. There may be a possible corruption issue while installation.

Related Questions