Lost My D: and E: Drives

  Mclearns Bald 16:15 10 May 07

I just replaced my CD ROM burner with a DVD burner on E: drive. When I switched on I found that both my D: and E: drives are missing. The light came on the E: drive when booting up. I've checked all the connections to ensure they are secure and did a restart. I also checked in device manager.

What could be wrong?

  Technotiger 16:20 10 May 07

Hi, Check this Microsoft knowledge-base article and see if it helps:
click here;en-us;314060

  Technotiger 16:23 10 May 07

That link won't work - try this one ..

click here

  jimv7 16:39 10 May 07

Check that your drives are set as master and slave, via the jumpers on the back of the drives.

  Mclearns Bald 18:01 10 May 07

Yes jimv7 that is exactly what I forgot to do. Silly boy me! They are both working now.

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