Rescue Media: Wants a Drive A ?


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Win7 64bit, Macrium Home Edition v 6.3.1745:

After making a Rescue CD I tested it as recommended. It boots successfully until about 5 minutes in where it hangs with the message that the Drive A door is open or media is missing. There is no Drive A on this computer. It gives me the option of continuing but that just circles back around to the same issue. What am I missing?


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Drive A is reserved for a 3.5" floppy drive.  No idea why your Rescue Media would see or even cares about that.  But I'm also surprised your Rescue Media takes 5 minutes to boot, even coming off of a CD, unless you're saying this happens 5 minutes into some sort of image/restore operation?  Have you checked your BIOS settings to see if there's anything related to a floppy you can disable?

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