Hmm... perhaps commenting out the line starting with "/dev/fd0" in the file /etc/fstab would help.
/etc/fstab is read only for non-root users. Thus, any changes would have to be made as the superuser. For example, to use pluma as your text editor, you would type:
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sudo pluma /etc/fstab
That will open the file and allow for modifications.
If that doesn't work, I don't know. I think it is a bug in udisks2, but is listed as low priority for fixing on their git repository site. I am having the same problem, but actually have a floppy drive, so I haven't disabled it.
They say that a three-year old can use Windows 8. I say that's a bit of a regression. When I was three, I could use DOS.
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