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From: Mr doe on 24 Oct 2009 06:19
I got help elsewhere and this cured the Error
But thanks to everyone who sent their Suggestions
===The CURE FOLLOWS
Your most likely issue is corrupted Windows registry
entries for all your drives listed as Generic Volume. You can fix that
issue by opening the Device Manager. In Device Manager > (View Hidden
Devices option selected) > Storage Volumes >> Generic Volume. To fix the
problem all I had to do was right click on each generic volume and
select Uninstall. Then reboot 2 times for the Generic Volumes to be
redetected. This should fix your issue.