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PhotoGallery disk is needed


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luthergirl

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Everytime that I start my computer and sometimes when I am on the internet, a box pops up that says "Please wait while Windows configures PhotoGallery." and then it says "The feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disk that is not available. Insert the 'PhotoGallery' disk and click OK.

I do not have a PhotoGallery disk...should I? How do I make this message go away?
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HaraldR

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do you have screensaver set to photogallery?
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JonnyPow

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I get the same thing when I single click on an AVI file. I don't even have to open it, just single click.
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Click Start and then Run. Type msconfig. Enter the startup menu in Normal mode and look in the list of programs if there is anything resembling photogallery or some other program that, judging by logic, would be related to photogallery. Uncheck these programs and reboot the computer. Sometime along the reboot a message will show up. Check it up and continue.
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