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cd rewriter

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by zenyatta, Jan 17, 2003.

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  1. zenyatta

    zenyatta Thread Starter

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    hi just using my windows xp, and well, i installed it last week and i put the xp disk in my cd re writer and installed it on that which is drive E:/ it works better couse my dvd rom is dirty and wont read properly, anyway so all my new programs are installed on that drive , so everything is going fine for days and ne way i turned my computer of by the plug by accident , and when i went back in to my computer i noticed it wasnt reading my cds and then i looked and cd re writer Drive E:/ had dissapered, the cd rom will still open and close but it just wont read anything , the hardware wizard cant seem to find it!
     
  2. hw45

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    Can you see your CD-RW in Device Manager?
     
  3. zenyatta

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    no its gone , its like its dissapered
     
  4. hw45

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    Take a look in your BIOS and see if it's still there.
     
  5. zenyatta

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    what is that??/???????
     
  6. hw45

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    You can find out in your motherboards manual.
     
  7. zenyatta

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    well , i didnt check anything , but it has just magically reappeared????????????????thanks ne way!!!!!!!! chuckahla!!!!
     
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