The "No Disk" error is a known issue with the QuickBooks SDK (provided by Intuit). There is a workaround for this issue that was authored on another site.
By: Charlie Russell
Disable The Message with a Registry Hack
I generally don’t like to provide information on altering your Windows Registry, but it is an option that you’ll find in several Microsoft support forums. this turns off the error message – I’ve not found a situation where this would cause a problem, and if there IS a problem then you can reverse this fix.
If you aren’t familiar with editing the Windows Registry, don’t do this yourself! Find someone who is familiar with the process AND who is reliable.
- Start regedit. If you don’t know how to do this, you probably shouldn’t be trying this!
- Got to the very top of the registry and select Computer.
- From the regedit menu, select File and then Export. This allows you to save a copy of the registry before you make any changes. Save this in a safe place that you can find easily if you need to restore it later (if you goof and clobber your registry).
- Locate the following registry entry: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL\MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows
- Select ErrorMode. Double-click on it to edit the value, change the value to 2
- Exit regedit
This changes Windows so that it won’t generate this error message. Again, don’t do this if you aren’t comfortable with editing the Windows registry.