Sump.exe no disk

Dell Vostro 460
Win 7 Pro
C Drive
F Drive for storage
J External Drive

On startup system gets the following error.

Sump.exe no disk
Location:/Device/Harddisk2/dr2

Any thoughts on how to resolve this problem.

Thanks.
WrightNetDesignsAsked:
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Run5kCommented:
Based upon this conversation on the Microsoft forums, it sounds like it's related to your external drive.  Are you using Uniblue, by any chance?

What does... sump.exe - No disk Needs Device/Harddisk1/DR1... mean??
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
from an elevated command prompt
type diskpart
list disk
do you have 3 disks showing?

Sump.exe no disk
Location:/Device/Harddisk2/dr2

Here are the repair instructions http://www.uniblue.com/support/faq/no-disk-exception/
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WrightNetDesignsAuthor Commented:
Hi guys,

What does... sump.exe - No disk Needs Device/Harddisk1/DR1... mean??

Does not explain how to fix problem that I seen anyhow.

type diskpart
list disk

Show 3 disks

What are the repair instructions?

Thanks.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
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Run5kCommented:
WrightNetDesigns, essentially Ve3ofa and I provided you with the same solution.  You didn't actually answer my previous question:  are you using Uniblue?  If so, the troubleshooting instructions that we both provided appeared to eliminate the problem for the person on the Microsoft Answers message boards, so it would probably be a good idea to give them a try.
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WrightNetDesignsAuthor Commented:
Sorry, yes running Uniblue and will look over info again.
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WrightNetDesignsAuthor Commented:
Well have read it over:

A week ago I went to the Uniblue Support website and received instructions on how to solve this problem. The link is . NO LINK SHOW IN FIREFOX.....SO I USED IE AND SEE IT.  http://www.uniblue.com/support/faq/no-disk-exception/

So now everything makes more sense.

Thanks.
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