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I have, what appears to be, installed my dvr-a18m, yet the computer is not recognizing it's existence in the device driver- hardware section of my control panel section. when i click on the cd rom/dvd icon on the device manager section of the hardware section, i get a yellow exclamation point over the icon. i am also trying to install a fax modem, but i can't do it until the cd player is operative and can read the fax softwear.

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The Yellow triangle is an indication of a software problem
Expand the file by clicking the boxed +
Right click on the text of your CD player - select 'Update driver software'
Use 'Internet' option when promted

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To access Device Manager, go to Start | Control Panel | System and Maintenance | System | Device Manager (Device Manager is located under "Tasks" in the left hand column of the "System" menu). A list of hardware will display like the one shown below.

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888111


Alternatively install service pack 3 for XP. This will contain the hotfix automatically.
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try to download the driver, but don't install it. Wait until windows recognizes the drive, and then install the driver. Restart the computer just the way it is.

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http://wwwbsc.pioneer.co.jp/product-e/ibs/device_e/dev00001r_e.html

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