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CD ROM Dissapeard

I was uninstalling a program in control panel in order to complete I had to click finish it shut my computer down for restart it restarted without my E-drive I've looked every where I can't find it the drive came installed in my computer I have a E-Machine T3646 bought new in July please help somebody thank you xxbethel

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  • xxbethel Oct 21, 2008

    I'm running windows vista h.b. I was uninstalling windows live one care I get arrow message 39 the driners corrupt I guess I can't find a driver to download my cd rom came preinstalled no driver it's a Optiarc DVD-RW AD 7200A I don't no what else to tell you I have no CD ROM so I can't reinstall PLEASE HELP if u can Thanks xxbethel

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What kind of program was uninstalled?
What Operating System (a.k.a. O.S.) are u running? Vista? XP?

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