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Thread: 0F00: 133C Error Code: No suitable disk or media is present

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    0F00: 133C Error Code: No suitable disk or media is present

    Hello to all, I have a trouble and is that occasionally, when I try to start my computer, it unable to load Windows and the system cannot fix it saying that most likely there was a trouble with new hardware or software installed, even though I haven't installed none of the hardware and about software, I just installed the Windows 7 updates. So I presently have the alternative of recovering the system to start my computer. The problem is that not all the time occurs. When it happened a couple of times, I decided to execute the diagnostics and it gives a 0F00: 133C error. And later a 4400: 011A error. Error Code: 0F00:133C msg disk: no suitable disk media is present. Please help me!

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    Re: 0F00: 133C Error Code: No suitable disk or media is present

    I recommend you to update the drivers with the help of the system manufacturer support. It may be that the problem is created suitable due to the defective RAM or Video card. That is the cause I recommend you to update the drivers from the system manufacturers website. Error Code 4400:011A.

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    Re: 0F00: 133C Error Code: No suitable disk or media is present

    Error Code 0F00:133C
    Msg: DISK- No suitable disk media is present.
    This error message is come across when you probably have a bad video card or flaky RAM. Unplug all the peripheral devices such as printers, scanners etc and ensure whether you come across with this error message. Also I would advise you to install the latest drivers for the Video card from the manufacturer website and check for the error. Update a driver for hardware that isn't functioning correctly.

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    Re: 0F00: 133C Error Code: No suitable disk or media is present

    I would recommend you to organize Chkdsk to run when the system restarts next time. Perform the steps shown to configure Chkdsk to run when the Windows restarts next time. Click to the Start button on the task bar, after that go to the open option and in that type cmd and then press enter. Make use of any one of the following Procedures:
    Procedure 1: To run Chkdsk into the read-only mode, on the command prompt and in that type chkdsk, and then hit ENTER. Procedure 2: To fix errors through no scanning the volume for bad division, at the command prompt, type chkdsk volume:/f, and then hit ENTER.

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