Question about Computers & Internet
Your best bet is to go to you PC manufacturers web site and look for the specific model of computer you have on their support page. You should be able to download drivers onto a pen drive and then load that onto your PC.
Try booting into Safe Mode and see if the CD is available then.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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