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pmoseley
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PhotoScreensaver.scr - No Disk

Hi, when my computer goes into screen saver mode there is an error that states...

 

PhotoScreenSaver.scr No Disk

There i s no disk in the drive.  Please insert a disk into the drive\device\harddisk2\dr2.

 

 

This is really interferring with the look of my pictures that I have for my screen saver.  I have not asked to have them put on disk.  I am just using them from a file in my computer.  

How can I get rid of this message?  Please let me know asap.  I will be forever greatful.  

 

Thank you for your time and assistance. 

Kathleen"

 

There was no response.  Is there a fix for this?  I see lots of references to it on Google but no solutions.

 

TIA, Peter



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erico
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Member Since: ‎01-07-2009
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Re: PhotoScreensaver.scr - No Disk

HI,

Welcome to the HP Forum!


pmoseley wrote:

Hi, when my computer goes into screen saver mode there is an error that states...

 

PhotoScreenSaver.scr No Disk

There i s no disk in the drive.  Please insert a disk into the drive\device\harddisk2\dr2.

 

 

This is really interferring with the look of my pictures that I have for my screen saver.  I have not asked to have them put on disk.  I am just using them from a file in my computer.  

How can I get rid of this message?  Please let me know asap.  I will be forever greatful.  

 

Thank you for your time and assistance. 

Kathleen"

 

There was no response.  Is there a fix for this?  I see lots of references to it on Google but no solutions.

 

TIA, Peter




Please identify your notebook/pc .

Look at the base/rear/side of the notebook/pc at the barcoded sticker.

 

Post item number 2 as seen on the following example of an HP notebook's barcoded sticker. The barcode on your HP product may be slightly different in appearance, but will still have the important information needed for us to help you.  

 

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Post the installed operating system version ( and whether it is 32 or 64-bit ) 

Not posting all of the information as requested will delay our responses and slow troubleshooting of the issue that led you to author a thread.

 

Is your notebook/PC still within its warranty period?

 

Kind regards,

erico

 

 







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