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Cd problem i have a cd rom and a dvd rom on my computer. they have both stopped working. in the bios there is primary, third and fourth, but no second. can any help please?

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  • arnaldodiaz2 Jul 18, 2008

    well, i have three dvd rom, two serial IDE, and one serial ATA, but the ATA is not appear in the pc.

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