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cant get my CD to autorun


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VirusGirl123

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ive tryed goin to my computer and opening it that way but it just wont work... this happened last time as well... and i remember it said that my version of adobe reader(7.0) was out of date or somthin..and it wouldnt let me open the CD... wat do i do??
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kd1966

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if your Adobe CD is in the drive, open Explorer and right-click on the cd drive and select autoplay
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but it wont day theres anything in the CD drive to open... and ive tried opening it and closing the CD drive like 594382958320 times
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So it's not recognizing there is anything in the drive?

Possibly imminent harware failure for the CD drive
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Hi VirusGirl123...

Is the device listed in Device Manager? Right click My Computer and choose Properties...click the Hardware tab and then the Device Manager button. Click the + next to DVD/CD-ROM drives. Is your cd drive listed?

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