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CD rom in D:\ drive fails to start.

  Rustyremi 08:23 20 Jan 03
  Rustyremi 08:23 20 Jan 03

I have just shifted parts from one computer to another. Changed processor, hard disk and memory and put it the other computer. Problem is now my D: drive fails to start when my daughter wants to play Simms.She can start the game using the E: drive but it is a slow 2x4x8 philips CD burner I got when they first came out. If I start e: drive then try to start D; it will respond so the drive is not dead. It is just missing the start command prompt. how do I sort this.

  BlueMeanie 22:59 20 Jan 03

If I understand that the D drive has not worked since your rebuild......

Is the Drive D: mentioned in "My Computer", if not then possibably then either a jumper is not connected correctly either Slave/Master, or the power cable and/or the data cable is not connected, or the data cable is the wrong way round.

If the Drive D: is listed in my computer, then it more likely that the CD Drive is broken.


  woodchip 23:14 20 Jan 03

Are you running the same Hard Drive with all the programs and sttings from when you had it in the other comp

  woodchip 23:17 20 Jan 03

PS if yes you have probably changed the way that the two cdroms were connected on the cable, ie. swap the connectors round but keep jumpers as is

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