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I can't fd my e drive

I lost my e drive.
It's the ne I put my cd's in and I can burn them or read them. i will put a disc in and it will not get read.

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  • Jaipal Reddy
    Jaipal Reddy May 11, 2010

    Hi Monika,


    We need the following information to provide you the exact solution:


    1. Operating system.
    2. Check the device status in device manager:


    Click start -> Select Run -> Type devmgmt.msc  -> Click Ok.

    Click on the + sign next to the Sounds, video and game contrlollers and let me know the entries listed there.



    3. If you have the Drive name listeed there check whether it has yelloe marks on it.


    Please get back yo us with the above information.

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