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no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive


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quanmay35

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Has anyone come across this?
I put CD back in drive and eject
few seconds later when opening IE it appeared again
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Leave the CD in the drive?

This behaviour often occurs if something has been installed from CD but Windows hasn't spotted that you've taken the disk out. A common scenario occurs when you leave windows open of the content of the disk and then change system settings that cause a refresh of the window. No disk = message.
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