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Was getting "system resources low" message, was told that installing more memory would help. Tried installing additional memory (258) When i rebooted, my cd rom (D drive) was gone!!! Not quite sure what I did???? Can this be retrieved?? Also, can I used the new memory card(258) in addition to the old(128), or do I have to remove the old one? PLEASE HELP!!!!
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Welcome SHU1963 <_<

You should be able to add the new memory to your existing, but we need to know more about your computer.

For your CD-ROM, first check the obvious, make sure no cables were knocked loose. Next, your BIOS settings may have been changed to accomodate the new RAM. Make sure it's configured to recognize the CD-ROM drive.
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