Go to: Programs/Administrative Tools/Services/In the right pane set"Shell
Hardware Detection" service to manual startup. Set it to automatic.
Go to Start/Run/services.msc
Start/Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Services. In the right pane find
Shell Hardware Detection and set it to Automatic.
This behavior can occur if a folder that includes a .pif file that
references a program file on a floppy disk drive is opened. For example, if
you have a .pif file with a command line "a:\edit.com" in the Windows\Temp
folder, your floppy disk drive may be active when you start your computer.
To resolve this issue, change the command line reference in the Properties
of the shortcut, or delete the shortcut:
For example, if the command line reads a:\edit.com, change the line to read
This issue most often occurs after the contents of a floppy disk are copied
to a folder on your hard disk. This can also occur if a shortcut on your
hard disk references a program that is on a floppy disk. Note that this can
also occur on other removable media.
Programs/Administrative Tools/Services/In the right pane set"Shell Hardware
Detection" service to manual startup. Set it to automatic.
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