Question about EXP Computer EXP CRWD 2400P (CRWD-2400P) CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive

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Just looking for a driver fro crwd 2400p cdplayer. The OS the driver is needed for is Windows XP. This peripheral is a PCMCIA cdrw dvd player and was bought from PSISM.com (they keep saying this item is discontinued and they cant help me, even though they still sell the same peripheral at their site. http://www.psism.com/crwd2400p.htm

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Follow the steps given below

Connect the External CDRW to the PC and you should be able to find the green light glowing and CDRW should make some noise like spinning.

Press the Eject button the CDRW and It should open. Put in the Software disk that you have received from your PC manufacturer and it should display the contents on the PC Screen

If not, Click on START button - Click on My Computer - You should find the CDRW displayed in Drives Location.

Double click on it and it should display the CD Contents.

This indicated the CDRW is working.

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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