Cd rom ! ! !

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  1. atul

    atul Guest

    i use w2k .... & have cdr as well as cdrom ...

    bt my bios doesn`t detect my cdrom ..... how can i manually + it ???
     
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    Kl@w-24 Slideshow Bob

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    What mobo r u using ? I hv Intel 810e based mobo and it can only detect 1 optical storage device. I tried to install both the writer and th cd-rom,but th cd-rom could not be detected.
     
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    hey claw, that's strange !

    I use a 810 motherboard, and used to have both CD-RW drive and CR-ROM drive plugged into it before my CD-ROM drive went bust some months back.

    both the drives used to work fine together.
     
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    try Right Clickling on My Computer And then Click on properties go to Device Manager And then try to Expand the Cd-Rom Drive Icon and see if it is detected.
     
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    check the jumper settings in you CD Drive.

    Also check that you have enabled Automatic detection of IDE drives in BIOS.
     
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