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GIMP: Windows - No Disk

Everytime I start GIMP Portable on my WinXP Gateway with a Core2Duo processor I get an error message when the Script-Fu Extensions initiating:
Windows - No Disk
Exception Processing Message c0000013 Parameters 75b6bf9c 4 75b6bf9c 75b6bf9c

It does not matter if I cancel, continue or try again, the same massage comes up again (only 2 times). After that Gimp starts and I'm able to use it without any problems. I've tried running it from my portable HD and from my local HD and I get the error, but I don't get the error running it from a co-workers local HD (Gateway Pent. 4 WinXP). Any ideas as to what's going on? Thanks.

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Known Issue

It's a known issue with GTK and the way card readers show up within Windows (you have a card reader that shows up within Windows as two drives... that's why it appears twice). It has no impact on functionality.

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Interesting...

You know, I had been searching all morning long for an answer, and after I posted this I found someone mentioning the same error, except they where not running any GTK apps (or at least they did not mention it). One thing they DID mention was the card reader. Well, thanks for the answer, at least now I know what's going on.
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