The problem was reported by one of our readers who was facing this problem whenever he started the PC, an error message came up reading
“There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive” just as shown below
Cause of the problem
The problem can occur due to
• Drive letter conflict
• Temporary files created by Quick Time
Solution to the problem
1. You need to change the drive letter for the inserted drive.
2. To do this, Open Run, type “compmgmt.msc” and hit enter.
3. Now click “Disk Management” on the left side.
4. On the right side, right click on your Drive that appears in the disk management window and click change drive letter and paths.
5. Assign a new letter which is not currently assigned to any other drive.
1. Open QuickTime Player.
2. From the File menu, choose Open Recent, and then choose Clear Menu. (You can read it here)
3. Reboot may be required.
The solution should have been fixed.