ThosPalm Posted August 29, 2002 Report Share Posted August 29, 2002 A few PC's here running Retrospect workgroup and server 5.6 on WinXP and Win2k have been getting an annoying message and I can't figure out how to stop it. A window pops up when starting Retrospect: "Retrospect Volume Tracker Window: Retrospect.exe - No Disk" Now I figured that for some reason it wanted to have a zip disk in the drive. And most recently a PC with a CD-RW drive has Retrospect asking that a CD be in the drive. Is there some way to get Retrospect to not bother with those writable drives? All of these systems use tape drives. -Tom Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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