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106  Technical Discussions / Articles / How ironic of Apple on: May 23, 2010, 07:35:59 PM
Here's a quote that says as well as any:
#10: Adobe Flash is too proprietary to run on any of Apple’s beautifully open systems (except for all Macs).http://www.enterpriseirregulars.com/17744/top-10-reasons-why-steve-jobs-and-apple-reject-adobe-flash/
107  Mike's Software / FlashPipe / Re: No Disc Error Message on: January 04, 2010, 02:37:52 AM
I've had this same error message for a couple of weeks.  It occured when the computer froze during a misdownload using flashpipe.  I pulled the card from the reader, restarted the computer and the error message appeared.  I tried a number of cleaning programs to no avail.

I have an HP and use Windows XP.  After seeing your notice I searched Google and came up with the following message on some bulletin board.  It worked.  The message did not appear when I rebooted.  Here's the message of someone who had called HP:

•   Here is your answer after 3 hours online with HP
Here are the steps.

Click on Start > Run.

Type in as regedit and click on ok.
You will get a popup window as Registry.

Click on + sign at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.

Click on + sign at SYSTEM.

Click on + sign at CurrentControlSet.

Click on + sign at Control.

Click on Windows there.

Can you see ErrorMode key on the right side panel?


Double click on ErrorMode and change the value data 2 and click on ok.

Now, you have to restart the PC, and after that you will not get the
windows NO disk error

Good luck

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