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CD Rom Problem

It shows yellow Exclamation mark

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  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2008

    The cd-rom is working fine on another PC i dont know i have done all the possible thing but nothing seems to be working



    Please provide some solution



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Exclamation mark means no driver install driver or go to bios check devices cd roms

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XP home should automatically detect and install the device.

**** Please Do-Not-Rate This Post, Until Your problem Has Been Resolved ****

There are a few concerns here:- if the drive has been virused, it may have been instructed to shut-down or corrupted the Drives Logical Board.

If you go to My Computer/Control Panel/System/Hardware/Device Manager.
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If it is, right click/Properties. And see if the device has any conflicts ( usually noticed by a yellow Triangle/exclamation Mark. Or drivers not installed.

Failing this, you can go into the systems Bios Screen. F2 at bootup. and see if the device is visible in there. And whether it,s enabled.

If none of this works, please mail back here.

If you rate this solution, without fixing your problem. i may be reluctant to assist you further.

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