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CDROM isn't recognized. Has interrupt conflict with hard drive

Windows 98. Device manager won't let me change resource configuration to use a different interrupt to resolve the conflict.

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  • mellotrondon Dec 05, 2008

    F8 didn't get me to SAFE MODE but CTRL did and I was able to go to Device Manager and disable the second IDE channel which apparently resolved the resource conflict with the first channel allowing the CDROM to work on reboot.

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Once you login to the safe mode and try to resolve it .. i am sure your problem will be resolved in the safe mode ...

because safe mode loads will the minimal set of drivers it is usually used to resolve the hardware conflicts, graphics related problems ..

you can go to the safe mode by pressing the F8 key at the system boot then you must select safe mode and press enter on it .. after that you will be in safe mode after some seconds .. then you can try to resolve the conflict ..

any further problem you can leave me a new comment ...

regards
-Dileep

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

  • Dileep Keshavanarayana
    Dileep Keshavanarayana Dec 06, 2008

    that s good generally f8 works for all so i told f8 ...

    rate my solution ....
    if any other queries you can add me a new comment...

    regards
    -Dileep


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