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The setup menu will not appear automatically when the CD is placed into the disk drive, and the CD will not appear in the disk drive in My Computer

When i put Age of Empires II: The Conquerors disk in my cd drive, the computer will not recognize that is there and then cannot install it. The Age of Kings disk did appear in my disk drive, and installed normally besides a few hard-to-find files. I'm running windows XP.

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  • rawr98 May 23, 2009

    The CD will not be recognized by the computer, so i cannot install it at all. Sorry if I was vague

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