I used a USB 512mb drive to play a little game called ZUMA, its not a game that requires an actual install, you can copy the folder to your hard drive and click on the .exe and play away... So, I tried the game out on my laptop and decided it was pretty cool..the game was located on the USB stick at this point. So I closed the game and copied the entire folder to my C drive and sent a copy of the .exe to the desktop. All worked as I planned, I re opened the game and played it and was satisfied that the move and the game were unefected. What I did not expect was that the next time I booted the laptop and each time since...it brings up an error saying...: Windows Explorer Error; location F:/Zuma Delux refers to a location that is unavailable. It could be on a hard drive on this computer or it could be on a network. (It goes on about make sure the disk is in and the network is connected....bla, bla, bla...) So, the thing is, I am not asking it to go look for the USB F drive, I did one time days ago, but not since. The PC has a C: (Hard Disk) and a D: (CD/DVD drive). I need to find where in the boot sequence this request for the F: drive is and remove it. Please advise. Thank you.