By disk method I assume you mean using cylindrical coordinates. In this case you need to think about your limits on z. At what z is the top and bottom of the circle? At .

So what is the equation of our circle? Its:

We know from polar coordinates that . Then the equation of our circle is now:

or

But in polar coordinates, a negative r doesn't make sense so we will say:

.

So now what is the area of any disk in our circle? It is:

But we want to add up all our disks, so we multiply them by a little bit of height, dz, and then integrate over z also:

Does it work? Lets evaluate it, we know we should get

Indeed, if you went through and solved the triple integral you would get .