For Discussion about blender start-up problem.

I copied a .blend file from a DVD in drive F and saved it on drive C then removed the DVD. Now, every time I try to start blender, I get a message which says “There Is No Disk in the Drive.” If I click “Cancel,” blender starts. How can I avoid this message and get back to normal blender start-up?

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Never mind, rebooting seems to have solved the problem.

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