#1
My computer keeps saying "Please insert a disk into MS/Pro/Duo (I.)." The computer had a problem and wouldn't work. But than I got it fixed and got it back last night. But when I pressed on iTunes that popped up. It also says it for other programs, any help would be great. Thanks!
#7
Quote by G.Krizzel
I think it's because Patrick is a silly name....


This. Windows recognized the variable name as a humorous value, and the kernel started communicating with different parts of itself stating rude comments about the name. It then decided that "Patrick" is not an appropriate name for a computer user, and began giving him a hard time with vague error messages that made no sense, for the lulz.

The only fix is to recompile the kernel to be more mature.
#8
Do some thorough googling on the subject. I had a similar problem awhile back and it turned out I just needed to tweak a registry string


edit: make sure all itunes related things are removed from your add/remove programs panel before re-installing from their website
Last edited by howlinwolf at Aug 23, 2011,
#9
Quote by SlayingDragons
This. Windows recognized the variable name as a humorous value, and the kernel started communicating with different parts of itself stating rude comments about the name. It then decided that "Patrick" is not an appropriate name for a computer user, and began giving him a hard time with vague error messages that made no sense, for the lulz.

The only fix is to recompile the kernel to be more mature.


Please, it's not Linux.
#11
Quote by Daviec
^ even the Windoze kernel is compiled...


Yeah but I don't think users can manually recompile the Windows one.
#12
Quote by creelers
Yeah but I don't think users can manually recompile the Windows one.


You'd somehow need to get a hold of the source code, so yeah, probably not. I wasn't being serious. (In case you couldn't tell. )