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Open the unit and disconnect the power supply to the unit and remove, Check the eject switch and see if this is jammed. Use a brush to clean and blow out dirt. Now reset the unit and if the fault repeats the drive is faulty, Confirm this by connecting with another PC.
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CD-Rom stops working. After checking device manager you find an exclamation mark on the drive. It doesn't mean the drive is dead. It could be an upperfilter or lowerfilter registry issue that is keeping you from accessing the cd drive.
this error says that the explorer file of the Operating system has gone corrupted .
first try to restart the computer in safe mode .
once you press the power botton imediately start pressing F8 for 10-12 times it will give you a advance boot option form their try to select safemode with networking check that wether under that condition the computer is working or not
if not then
try to change the boot oder of the computer in bios and change the booting option from hardisck to cd rom .then put the Operating system cd into the computer and them try to click on to repair option while the computer start by doing this the old explorer file will be replace by the new one
Its not a terminal problem but an issue with your CDWRITER or the application you use in performing CD Writing
1. Make sure you are using a Blank Empty CD
1. Try formating the Blank disks from Windows Explorer and not from the utility software
2. Check your CDWRITER settings (usually problems do not arise from here) you could set the settings default.
Are there any error messages when trying to write data on the CD?
on a friend's Windows 98 SE or Windows ME computer, create a floppy "Startup disk". Insert in your pc floppy drive and turn on. If floppy drive was not accessed, then get to BIOS and ensure "Boot from floppy drive" is set prior to "boot from hard drive". Once at first screen, select "Boot with CD-ROM driver". Insert CD-ROM and initiate entire re-install of Windows. Windows may do some self-restarting. At first restart do this: get to BIOS and ensure "Boot from hard drive" is set prior to "boot from floppy drive".