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Old 12-21-2008
jacktheripper
 

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Windows- no disk

i started getting this message that a few ppl have been getting and been
solved. however my no disk message has a different code that i have not
seen other ppl experience. i even checked google and yahoo to search and
i get no results. i started getting this message when i was trying to
install photoshop. i deleted the program all together and restarted my
computer. the message never came back on until i connected my phone to
my computer using a usb cord. no clue if it has anything to do with it
but im just trying add pieces to the puzzle so maybe someone tech savvy
can solve my problem. im running vista home x64

heres the message code:

exception processing message 0x0000013 parameters 0x000007fefe2f7240
0x0000000000000004 0x000007FEFE2F7240 0x000007FEFE2F7240




i have to click either cancel or continue 4 times and pops up every 11
seconds, so you can imagine how annoying it is.


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Old 12-21-2008
GTS
 

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Re: Windows- no disk
Are you running SP1? It includes some preciously released hot fixes to
address this.

See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942682 for some relevant information.
Note that I have also found that this error is more likely to occur if a USB
mass storage device is attached on shut down and then removed before the
next startup. Stopping and disconnecting devices before shutting down helps
avert it.

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>
> i started getting this message that a few ppl have been getting and been
> solved. however my no disk message has a different code that i have not
> seen other ppl experience. i even checked google and yahoo to search and
> i get no results. i started getting this message when i was trying to
> install photoshop. i deleted the program all together and restarted my
> computer. the message never came back on until i connected my phone to
> my computer using a usb cord. no clue if it has anything to do with it
> but im just trying add pieces to the puzzle so maybe someone tech savvy
> can solve my problem. im running vista home x64
>
> heres the message code:
>
> exception processing message 0x0000013 parameters 0x000007fefe2f7240
> 0x0000000000000004 0x000007FEFE2F7240 0x000007FEFE2F7240
>
>
>
>
> i have to click either cancel or continue 4 times and pops up every 11
> seconds, so you can imagine how annoying it is.
>
>
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Old 12-21-2008
jacktheripper
 

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Re: Windows- no disk

yes i do have sp1. my computer has all the recent updates.

i havent disconnected 2 of my usb cords for about a month now. they
have always been attached to the comp


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