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Posted on 2008-10-27
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Hi
On shut down i am getting an error message saying: unable to to find divie a: continue, try again, cancel,
the only proble is that there is no a: drive fitted, start up is ok and the machine runs with no problems, there are no error messages in the event log, if left computer will shut down, any ideas would be helpful
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Hi there;

Have you got nod as antivirus...He may cause this...

Best regards...
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Get into the BIOS and disable the floppy drive and this problem will fade away i guess...
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Hi
jazzlllove
yes thinking back it started after i installed nod i will look there.
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Hello,
I've had this problem before, and following the troubleshooting steps laid out in this article fixed the problem for me:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=273746

Hope this helps.
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