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XP Pro login now prompts "No Disk in Drive"

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Indiana Red

Indiana Red


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I have been rooting around in my local profile. Deleting temp files etc, preparing to make a new profile for another user with all the same settings. Im not sure what I musthave done but now when I or the other new profile logs in windows "honks" and prompts that there is no disk in the drive.
This is true with the new profile that was created at first login as well.
What did I do? Any Ideas? I know I did this to my self but not sure how.
Thanks for any help or clues
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