windows no disk message when registry first aid runs

By rocks911
Dec 13, 2006
  1. I hope this isn't posted in the wrong place, sorry if it is.

    When I run Registry First Aid I get a "Windows-no disk" message. RFA has been a great app for me trouble free for a year and a half, now this. Any thoughts?

    By the way, I'm quite the novice so be gentle.
  2. rocks911

    rocks911 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 37


    I've figured it out. it was trying to scan among other things a drive that had a temporary storage device in it that had been removed.

    Well Duh!
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