Windows – No Disk Error 0xc0000013 on MS Office 2007

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Hello Everybody,

I'm really disappointed with the performance of MS Office 2007. I believe it was not ready for production. The following error shown in the figure highlights one of the weaknesses of this product. It says 'windows no disk' and the description given is incomprehensible. I expect this bug be removed in the Service Pack 1 of MS Office 2007 or later versions.

Has anybody else faced a similar issue? If yes, then how it should be fixed? I'm really looking forward to resolve this error as early as possible.

Windows – No Disk
Exception Processing Message 0xc0000013 Parameters 0x75BE023C 0x8343FCBC 0x75BE023C
0x75BE023C.
 

Regards,

Romeo

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Answered By 0 points N/A #142503

Windows – No Disk Error 0xc0000013 on MS Office 2007

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This problem is a malware or software following a windows update or installation or uninstall. So follow these steps, at first scan your computer and then clean any infections and reboot.

Now try to change your drive letter assignments. If it does not work, uninstalling your floppy drive. Then clearing your most recently used documents or files list. Now make the error message go away. It really is a last resort if you cannot able to fix this problem.

If you get same error then you can try to access your floppy drive but you can do this at your risk.

 
Right click My Computer, then go to choose properties, then go to hardware, then go to device manager, then go to expand both Floppy Disk Controllers and Floppy Disk Drives, right click Standard floppy disk controller and Uninstall. Then reboot
your computer and it should reinstall drive A.
 
I hope fix the error message permanently.
Answered By 579885 points N/A #316349

Windows – No Disk Error 0xc0000013 on MS Office 2007

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The answer to this problem lies in the words “Windows – No Disk”, meaning the computer is looking for a USB device like a USB flash drive or a phone that you recently plugged in and removed without using the “Safely Remove Hardware” option which usually appears in the system tray.

To fix the problem and prevent Windows from displaying this message again, plug in your USB flash drive or USB device on the USB port then click the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon on the system tray to remove it. This is a safety feature in Microsoft Windows that will help you avoid data loss when using external devices like USB drives.

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