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This error occurs when there is unused virtual disk space, such as USB devices, and the drive letter is no longer present. These drive letters must be deleted. Please proceed as follows:
– Right-click on “My Computer” and select “Manage”.
– In the window that opens, select “Disk Management” and delete unused drive letters.
This error message is caused by a virus or spyware. To correct this error, update the definitions of viruses and spyware and perform a complete system analysis. Once the viruses and spyware have been removed, run the installation again.
If the error persists after scanning and removing all viruses and spyware, there may be a problem with the Windows operating system. In particular, this problem may be caused by new or replaced hard drives, removable media or external drives. Contact your system administrator to determine the exact cause of this error.
This problem seems to be caused either by malicious software (viruses or spyware, etc.) or by software to update Windows or install or remove other software (especially HP, Norton or QuickTime programs) that attempts to search for removable media that is not present (for example, a floppy disk in a DVD player or a card in a card reader) if this search is not performed.
The answer is in the words “Windows: No Disk”, your PC is looking for a USB key.
Device – for example, a USB key or a mobile phone – that you have recently connected.
and without the option “Safely remove the equipment” in the menu “Safely remove the equipment”.
at the bottom right of the screen. Insert the last USB device you used.
on the USB port, then use the option “Securely delete the software”.
The pop-up message disappears.
Using disk management
Go to the Start menu
Enter “diskmgmt.msc” in the lower search field (without quotation), then press the Enter key or click on the magnifying glass search symbol.
The rest will be as follows: No. From 3 years old.
UPDATE: First of all, make sure that all your removable media are already connected to your computer (they do not need to contain any media). On your desktop, right-click on My Computer and choose Manage:
In the window that opens, select Disk Management.
Wait until the right side of the window is displayed correctly, it may take a few seconds. You’ll see something like that.
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