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Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

I have used Cura for a long time now, but since 2.4.0, from when I start cura and till I save my first file, Cura continues to spams with the message "No disk in D Drive, Please Insert a Disk into Drive".

1. There is no D Drive.

2. As soon as i tell Cura to continue, it popups aging.

I can still use Cura, but it require me to spam click whit a auto clicker for 1 min.

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    This is a pretty annoying issue, both for you and for us. It's proven to be quite troublesome to find a fix that works for everyone. I'm going to put some extra time into fixing this this week, so i hope to be able to get a fix for 2.7

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Hi All,

    I am facing the same issue and also I am able to see it works If I provide admin rights. Please let me know if I need to provide any permission . I will investigate and keep you posted.

    cheers

    yuva

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    Posted (edited) · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Does it still say there is no disk in drive D, or in drive X ?

    If X, then please change the drive letter of your removable drive. Having a removable drive X is much less common than having a removable drive D. Having a removable drive D should no longer be a problem.

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    Posted (edited) · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    I'm still having the same problem, and tried everything. It's doing my head in - has anyone found a solution that works?

     

    Paul

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Sure:

    * Change the drive letter

    * Put a disk/card in the drive/cardreader

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    Posted (edited) · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Yes, neither of these are working for me unfortunately - still have to click about a hundred times to get through... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mwnDl3JG-A

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    What you did not mention was that the error does NOT say "There is No Disk in Drive D" or "There is No Disk in Drive X". Windows wants a disc inserted into \Device\Harddisk11\DR11. For future reference, omitting that detail makes it harder to help you.

     

    First step is trying to find out what drive \Device\Harddisk11\DR11 is. What sort of drives do you have connected to your computer, including cardreaders, optical drives. and usb (hard)drives? Also, what version of Windows do you use?

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Thanks Ahoeben - yes, that's a fair point, I somehow merged error messages there after spending too much time on help forums. DR11 corresponds to one of the slots on my external card reader, but the message will change to another slot if I manage to stick a card in the one throwing up the error. I don't have cards to fit all the slots unfortunately! I'm on Windows 7

     

    Paul

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Does the external reader have drive letters associated with it?

    What happens when you disconnect the reader? Not as a solution, but as a step in troubleshooting.

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    Posted · "There Is No Disk in D Drive. Please Insert a Disk into Drive." A big problem.

    Booom! Sorted. Sweet relief. Ok, so removing the external card reader didn't help things. Eventually tracked down that it was the microSD card reader on my internal card reader that was assigned as drive X.nallath suggested changing this to another letter, other than X,  and that sorted it. Hope this is of use to someone else. 

     

    Thanks again for all the help getting this sorted everyone.

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