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jcpwn2004

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For some reason my E: drive inst like reading disks. I put cd roms in and nothing happens. Its not because its broken, because i can still run already installed programs that require cds. When i go into my computer, there is no e or f drives, all i have is cd then like jk l and other weird ones. Any help would be appreciated.

Hp pavillion a801n in case needed
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In My Computer, CD drives are listed below Hard Disk Drives under the heading Devices with Removable Storage.
If your CD drive isn't listed here then it's not being detected by Windows.
See Microsoft KB article for solutions to this problem.
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how many drives do you have in this computer.
it almost sounds like its reading each cd you input as a removable device
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I have my c & d drives, and then i have g-j which r removable drives
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what types of removable drives??
are they just imaginary drives??
or do they exist can you list them?
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