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Assuming it is beyond the warranty to have it fixed, you should be able to go the web site for the maker of your DVD/CD player and after selecting the model number you have, you can "download" the driver even if the device is not working.
Also, depending upon how old your system is you might just have to replace it. They are fairly cheap to buy either on-line or from an electronics store.
If you don't know the name of the device you have installed, go to www.belrac.com they have free download that will show you EVERYTHING that is in your computer by brand name. You can even print it out for your own reference.
If you want to install a new replacement unit, it really is easy. Instructions will come with the new device or even before you buy one, go to www.youtube.com and type in "how to replace a DVD/CD on a computer" and there will be a large selection of videos to give you an idea of how it is done.
If the cd does not work it may mean that the cd is broken from factory. You can ask the producer for a new cd or (and this is a fastest way) you can download drivers from prodcers website. When you will have the file you will have to install it onto your system and then plug in the adapter
Since your computer can't read cd and you have the installation cd what you can do is to copy the contents of the cd to a flash drive from another system then use the flash on your own pc, and install it from the flash. Try this.
The hard drive contains all the necessary drivers that makes the computer function and that includes Internet connection. When you installed the operating system and all other software it does not mean you installed the driver for the motherboard which contains the drivers for the LAN.
Run the drivers CD that came with the motherboard. If you don't have the CD. contact the PC manufacturer for the driver CD. Otherwise, you can purchase an add on NIC(network interface card).
what you have a is usb wireless network adapter, which is a device that allows you to connect a usb enabled computer (laptop/desktop) to a wireless router (access point) so you can got connect to a network or go online if your router is set up for it.
you would usually need a driver for your computer to recognize and work with this device. the driver usually comes on a cd with the unit. you would usually insert the cd and follow the instructions, or you would usually also install the drive and then connect the device.
You are attempting to install a (brand name) 2wire wireless usb adapter, normally theSBCDSL CD is ONLY what you would use to set up your SBC DSL modem. You should have a specific 2wire CD that you put in your CD Drive when you want to install the 2wire wireless usb adapter. Can you locate this CD?
ih alderman do one think remove the all driver or you install for the adpater after that restart you computer, after restart computer,put the cd of d-link adpater and you install mannualy,before finished the installation donn't give the restart full installation is over then give restart, after u get it.
Hai rob if ur device manager says error code 10then it seems the drivers are not installed properly for the adapter, try to update drivers, go to device manager, right clich adapter and click update driver and try to update driver, in some case ur pc may require win 2000 cd to.. check for the instructions while installing it , that would surely fix your problem..