gtk-bugs item #1117569, was opened at 2005-02-06 18:37
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Category: None
Group: gtk bug #170948 (no disk error)
>Status: Closed
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: SignOfZeta (signofzeta)
Assigned to: Nobody/Anonymous (nobody)
>Summary: \"gaim.exe - No Disk\" error

Initial Comment:
In response to bug 1106885:

Pop-up menus disappear behind buddy list
I am using Windows XP Professional and Gaim 1.1.2.
After right-clicking anything on a docked buddy list,
the list of options that pops up often "falls" behind
the buddy list and cannot be seen. I do not encounter
this problem when the buddy list is not docked. Having
a window open and maximized from a different program
seems to prevent this from happening. This only
started occuring after upgrading to Gaim 1.1.2.

You guys offered the fix:
> Date: 2005-01-22 17:33
> Sender: Subscriber
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> user_id=325843
> This has been fixed in CVS. 
> You can test the fix by replacing the winprefs.dll in
> gaim\plugins directory with this one:

This file fixed the bug, but it caused another one. 
This isn't much of a bug, just an annoyance.  When Gaim
is launched, Windows spits back a No Disk error (see
image) reading "There is no disk in the drive.  Please
insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk4\DR9." 
Clicking Continue or Cancel launches Gaim without a
hitch, and Try Again effectively does nothing.

Gaim 1.1.2, GTK+ 2.4.13, Windows XP SP2
Here are my hard drives:
 - Onboard IDE
   - Primary master:  DVD-ROM/CD-RW
   - Secondary master:  CD-RW
 - Onboard IDE RAID controller
   - Primary master:  Western Digital Caviar (120 GB)
     - Big NTFS partition (C:)
     - FAT32 partition for Linux/Windows sharing (D:)
   - Secondary master:  Seagate Barracuda (60 GB)
     - Saving this one for Linux


Comment By: Daniel Atallah (datallah)
Date: 2005-02-06 18:53

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This is unrelated to the fix for 1106885.  This is a GTK
bug, it is triggered by external storage devices, e.g.
all-in-one memory readers, zip drives, etc.


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