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Insert Volume 110128_1409?

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About every ten minutes I get an error message:

"Windows - Wrong Volume"
"The wrong volume is in the drive. Please insert volume 110128_1409 into Drive E:"

It just started today. Task Manager tells me there is no application running, and no process. WinPatrol says I have no processes in place that have been installed within the last week.

Any idea what this is about???
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I've seen this happen when installing printer software. The installation routine still needed access to the printer software CD after it rebooted the computer and I had removed it. So, I kept getting a "Windows - Wrong Volume" popup until I re-inserted the CD and let it finish whatever it was trying to do.

I'd be willing to be this could happen with other software as well.
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