14 Replies Latest reply on Oct 24, 2016 9:00 AM by allkair

    Radeon Settings.exe - No Disk error


      When I boot up I get the message box that says:

      RadeonSettings.exe - No Disk

      There is no disk in the Drive. Please Insert a disk into drive H.


      I am running win 10 Pro 64 bit, fully updated, with a Asus Strix Radeon R9 380 4GB, with Radeon software 16.8.3.


      Drive H is a removable memory/card reader slot on my machine.


      I have had this error on earlier version of the Radeon software. This time after updating the software and seeing the error I did a full uninstall using the uninstall software tool provided by AMD and then a full reinstall of the software which were steps that had been advised on email support, but the error continues.


      Thus far the only answer that I have found is to disable the card reader, try changing that drive letter so it is no longer an option, or to plug a card in to that drive, and all of those seem like work around solutions. Is there a true fix or perhaps a registry change out there?


      Thank you!