I currently have WinXP, and 2 ADMIN user accounts in my computer. A few weeks ago, I downloaded and installed the new iTunes, and found it working wonderfully. Tonight, however, I switched to my other user account to run it, and found an error message saying "No Disk in Drive. Please insert a disk in drive" when I tried to open iTunes. That's not exact; it's from the memory of my mind. What's wierd is that it doesn't say what disk or what drive.
Anyway, I'm not having the problem on the main user account!
Also, today, I did a registry scan, and removed about 300 registry errors. I was a bit skeptical about letting the TweakNow RegCleaner software edit my registry, but things seemed to run a LITTLE bit faster.
I DON'T think TweakNow RegCleaner caused this error, but it could have. I DID NOT check to see if iTunes worked BEFORE I ran the registry program, so I don't know for sure if that's what caused it.
Anyway, thank you VERY MUCH for the help.
I ran SYSTEM RESTORE to see if TweakNow RegCleaner was causing the error. And, I still have the error even before I ran the Registry Cleaner. So, I undid the SYSTEM RESTORE.
I'm STILL getting the error message whenever I try to open iTunes in the other user account.
Edited by Ethan Emerald, 23 December 2005 - 09:32 AM.