Re: Combo Drive LG : CD is not designed to run on...
The 'autorun' sequence to run the disc might have been made for older operating systems. But that should not stop you from installing the driver for the 330 IDSL modem.
1. Go to start-> My computer. Locate your G: drive with the disc inside and right click on it. Choose explore and see if this allows you to view the contents of the disc. If there is a generic application labeled setup.exe execute it. If the application loads the driver for you then your in luck. If not then onto #2.
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Hello, Depending on how much disk space you have left onyour hard drive, Microsoft Home and Student requires at least 1.5GB offree space. I've posted the minimum system requirements below, you willneed these to run Office Home and Student 2007.
To create bootable disk follow the steps:
1)Enter floppy disk or cd in your dvd/cd drive.
2)You can create boot disk by using Nero CD Burning software or other software with which you burn your cd or dvd.
3) to create with windows xp go to
Or carry out the following steps:
Using Windows XP, place a blank floppy in drive A and format the disk. Navigate to the root folder of the system (in most cases this will be C:\) and copy the following files to the floppy disk.
If you can't see the files, click [Tools] and [Folder Options...] in the Menu Bar of Windows Explorer. Click the [View] tab and click the radio button next to [Show Hidden Files and Folders]. Remove the check mark next to [Hide Protected Operating System Files (Recommended)] then click [Apply] and [OK]. The files should now be visible in Windows Explorer. If the files still cannot be copied, right click each file, click [Properties] and remove the checkmark from the Read-Only attributes. Reset whatever attributes were unchecked after the copy procedure is completed.
In addition to the files listed above, check the same directory for bootsect.dos and ntbootdd.sys files. If they are present on your system, copy them to the same floppy diskette.
The disk is used as any other boot disk, inserting it into the floppy drive (A:\) and initiating a cold boot. Make sure the BIOS is set so that the A:\ drive is first in the boot sequence.