Question about Computers & Internet
Oh boy. that's a lot of questions. What is your CD doing? If you just need a driver go to Start, Then my computer. Your CD should be listed there. If it isn't, unplug it and shut your computer off. Plug the CD into a port that is on your computer and restart.
If the CD is listed and still doesn't work,
Right click on the CD Icon. when the menu drops down, choose properties. Click the hardware tab on top. Then highlight your CD on the list. It tells you if the device is working properly. If it is not, try clicking properties and then push the button to find a new driver. If the driver date is around the time it stopped working, choose Roll back the driver instead. Sometimes automatic updates are wrong. If that doesn't work, Click trouble shooter and follow the instructions. Look for red dots to help you find where to go on the pic below. Please post a separate question for the sound and we will answer that. space is limited and I ran out of room.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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