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Hi all,

I've searched the boards before I made this post and even though there was some help to restore CD-ROM's it went straight over my head, so I felt I had to ask again for some really basic instructions! I found my DVD-ROM drive, an LG-8160b, stopped reading DVD's last night, so in a stupid attempt to fix the problem I disabled it. After a restart the drive disappeared, I can't find it in My Computer or Device Manager. My Computer only shows my floppy disc drive (A:), my CD-RW drive (E:) and my 2 image-mounting DVD drives (F: and G:) that come from Daemon tools and Alcohol 120%. As you can correctly guess, my LG-8160b drive was my D: drive. My computer is an AMD Athlon XP 2000+ (1.67 GHz) with 512 MB RAM, if anybody could help me find my missing drive it would be GREATLY appreciated.

And please don't hesitate to ask if you need any more information.

Ben Street
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