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Win 98se boot up problem

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i got one date to work but it was 3 days ago the problem happened about a week ago,, still no reading, i checked both cd roms and they are read on my friends computer, just my computer seemd to turn the reading of them off because the open and close just fine
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ok slow down
you are trying to do to many things at once
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Access the Device Manager. To do this, right-click the My Computer icon on your Desktop and click Properties. In Windows 98 Second Edition,choose the Device Manager tab.
Do any of the devices have a mark next to them in yellow or red ? If yes which device.
By the sound of it when you unplugged everything and put them back in something is not sitting right. Do you have a modem Card?
2 Beeps is normally a memory problem.
Before you touch anything inside your computer make sure you earth yourself 1st by touching a metal object - even the metal on the inside the case will do - this is to discharge static.

You have to slow down and stop jumping all over the place trying different ideas.
Lets work on 1 problem at a time
Did you post the complete error code?

Edited by peterm, 14 November 2007 - 09:13 PM.

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