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Error at start up- DRiver 0 and 1 not found

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Im1heckuvafemale, Apr 15, 2008.

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  1. Im1heckuvafemale

    Im1heckuvafemale Thread Starter

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    ok i have been having trouble with my CD-rw drive. it couldnt burn, read or play discs at all. so ok thats been messed up i couldnt find help for that. now tonight out of no where i go to my computer and my D:/ and E:/ drives do no show up just the floppy and the C:/ but i want to know how to fix it. i thought maybe if i restarted my computer then it will fix its self. but no when i restarted my computer i got a screen that said that driver 0 and driver 1 could not be found. so i dont know what to do. i am way out of my league with this one. someone please help!?!?!?!?!:mad::(

    i have a

    DVD- rom is a JLMS-DVD-Rom XJ-HD166
    CD-rw is an HL-DT-ST GCE-8483B
     
  2. Hughv

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    Check the IDE cable for a bad/loose connection. Do these drives open when you press the eject button?
    In Device Manager, rt-click and uninstall. Reboot to see if they reinstall.
    These drives are relatively cheap and easy to replace.
     
  3. Im1heckuvafemale

    Im1heckuvafemale Thread Starter

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    :(the cd-rw drive responses when i press eject. but not the dvd-rom. plus when i go to device manager neither one of the drives shows up at all. so uninstalling them is impossible.
     
  4. Hughv

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    You need to open the case and check the cables, then.
    You might get lucky if you disconnect the cable, reboot, shutdown, re-connect the cable and see if they're found.
    The DVD ROM may be toast.
     
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