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myvinyl333
2015-11-21, 07:56
I installed an LG USB DR ROM Desktop Drive and all worked for several days.
Now I get: :There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive\Device\Harddisk8\DR8. Operating System: Windows 7
I followed several fixes from past similar issues with no success (https://youtu.be/Aj7-pLaAq2c). SqueezePlay can no longer connect once the message appears.

Is it the Disk Drive in conflict? I have moved the USB to a different port?

Thanks

19275

mherger
2015-11-21, 09:13
> Now I get: :There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into

Where do you get this?

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Michael

DJanGo
2015-11-21, 09:25
DONT FOLLOW HOW TO' S ON YOUTUBE!

Guys that acting like a idiot with their mouse mostly have something in common with their acting.


Is it the Disk Drive in conflict? I have moved the USB to a different port?

Is the external power supply from that Drive ok?
Whats happen if you unplug it and reboot your system without replugg that drive again?

reinholdk
2015-11-21, 13:20
Is this the drive where LMS expects your music folder? Is the drive letter still the same?

Maybe the Windows Disk Management utility can give you some hints about the state of the drive. You can open it by opening Start menu, right-clicking on the entry "Computer" and selecting "Manage". Then select Disk Management on the left side of the Computer Management window that has opened.

banned for life
2015-11-30, 14:27
I think it is related to the "why in the hell is LMS scanning my home directory when I didn't tell it to???" issue.

In my case, it wanted a CD in the drive...

B4L

Mnyb
2015-12-01, 09:19
I installed an LG USB DR ROM Desktop Drive and all worked for several days.
Now I get: :There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive\Device\Harddisk8\DR8. Operating System: Windows 7
I followed several fixes from past similar issues with no success (https://youtu.be/Aj7-pLaAq2c). SqueezePlay can no longer connect once the message appears.

Is it the Disk Drive in conflict? I have moved the USB to a different port?

Thanks

19275

As said it can be a device that changed drive letters . The device is not mounted and the database points to it .
It can even be playlist pointing to non-existing devices and drive letters .

dbinder101
2015-12-03, 12:03
I had the exact same problem a few weeks ago (it was driving me mad!). It wound up that my iTunes library was corrupt and I had to re-create it. I don't know if you're using iTunes for your library, but if you are, here are instructions on how to fix it:

http://www.talklocal.com/blog/2013/01/s/computer-repair/how-to-fix-a-corrupt-itunes-library/

It worked for me.