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D:/ cdr

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by blulight58, Nov 29, 2001.

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  1. blulight58

    blulight58 Thread Starter

    Nov 29, 2001
    Hello: I don't know a whole lot about computers so please bear with me. I tried to install a new printer and found out my D: drive was inaccessable (moved or removed). Ive looked for in every way I know and it doesn't seem to be there at all. It used to be because I've used it before. Any ideas on how to get it back?

    Thanks for all replies.
  2. RandyG


    Jun 26, 2000
    I replied to you at http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=60017

    Try to only post one thread per topic, as someone might answer you in one, and someone else in another, and it makes it very confusing.

    This forum is much better suited to your question than the Other software forum, so I will copy to here what I said in your other post.

    "Double click on "My Computer" and see what your CD-Rom is designated as. It will look similar to your Floppy icon and Hard drive icon, but will have a CD above it. If it is not there, then go to Control Panel, double-click System, select Device Manager tab at the top, and click the + sign to the left of CDROM. What is displayed there? Do you see any ? or ! symbols in there?

    Come back to us with this info, as well as what Operating System you are using. Is this a CD-Rom, DVD, or CD-Writer?"
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