Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Open My Computer , look for the cd unit - it will be identified as D , most likely. If when you enter the disk in it the unit name doesn't change to the name of the disk then the cd unit is dead and must be replaced. If it changes then most likely the autostart has been disabled. Leave it this way, it's an additional security feature.
To run the disk just open it after the name has changed, find a file named after the program in question that ends in .exe and launch it (double click on it).
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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