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Boot-up Message

When I boot up my PC that I just built, and I have OEM Home Windows XP, I get the message that it is unable to access a removeable drive. I can't get rid of it. I have tried using system mechanic to see if that would help but it didn't. My computer has an ASUS motherboard and an Athlon FX-53 processor. It has 1GB of RAM 2 DVD-RW drives a 7-in-1card reader, a floppy drive with a SATA hard drive.

My question is how do I get rid of the message that tells me windows wants a disk in an unknown drive.

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BY the way

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My Hard drive is G:, not C:. C: and F: are the card readers, D and E are the DVD RW's and my HDD is G:

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Maybe

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you have set up in the BIOS a Floppy drive that does not exist?

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Doubt it

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I doubt that it is something with the BIOS and the Floppy because when I looked at it yesterday there was nothing unusual, but I will check it again. Thanks

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