When I click the RUN button in CF Builder it generates the following error:
There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Hardisk3\DR3
I get the option to cancel - try again - or continue. Pressing any of these just loops through the error changing the \Hardisk#\DR# value from 3 to 7
In order to break out of the error I have to go to task manager, end task on cfbuilder.exe, THEN end the error.
Anyone have any idea why this is occuring? This CF builder seems ripe with problems. Like its really beta software, not release ready. If this is what Adobe calls production ready software, they are sure mistaken with that $300 price tag.
Did you ever find an answer to this?
I just starting Coldfusion Builder and this happened to me as well.
no but i ended up reinstalling after a run in with a nasty virus. The virus caused me to have to do a complete reinstall on Windows 7. I also went from 32 to 64bit. Since then the issue has not reoccured. Now obviously the virus was not the cause but it does tell me the problem must have been related to something in Windows not playing nice with the cf builder. I would suggest a reinstall of the app. also maybe get a registry cleaner and make sure Windows patches and all those types of things are up to date. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
I found today that the issue does NOT occur on my 64 bit laptop, so it was really helpful to start there...