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Floppy Disc Error, Does not detect cd burner

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Hi, I recently had a virus in which I had to system restore my computer. Now during the computer boot it says "Floppy Disc Fail (40)" and says press F1 to continue or F2 for setup. I don't have a floppy disc so I click F1 to continue. Also, I have used my cd drives to install software etc since then and that works but when trying to burn either from Windows Media or Itunes, it says a burn drive cannot be located. Does this stem from the error at the system boot or is this a completely different issue? Just seems odd that it cannot all of a sudden find my burn drives after I restored but I can use the drives to install with. Any help would be great!
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