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CD-Drives D: and E: have vanished from my computer!

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Anonymous
April 4, 2004 9:24:39 AM

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i went to my computer today only to discover that my two
Cd-Drives had disappeared from "my computer". i tried to
find them using the RUN option in start menu but got this
error message: "d:\ refers to a location that is
unavailable. it could be on a harddrive on this computer,
or on a network. check to make sure that the disk is
properly inserted, or that you are connected to the
Internet or network, and then try again. if it still
cannot be located, the information might have been moved
to a different location." i checked inside the computer
but saw no problems with the wiring( however i must stress
that i do not have a great deal of knowledge is this
area). i would be most greatful if somebody could resolve
this problem for me as i can not currently play any games.
thanks in advance. Chris Gibson.
Anonymous
April 4, 2004 10:28:49 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

I had this problem & found that I had lost the power to
this hard drive. Are D & E on the same disk, if they are
check your leads.

Daz
>-----Original Message-----
>i went to my computer today only to discover that my two
>Cd-Drives had disappeared from "my computer". i tried to
>find them using the RUN option in start menu but got
this
>error message: "d:\ refers to a location that is
>unavailable. it could be on a harddrive on this
computer,
>or on a network. check to make sure that the disk is
>properly inserted, or that you are connected to the
>Internet or network, and then try again. if it still
>cannot be located, the information might have been moved
>to a different location." i checked inside the computer
>but saw no problems with the wiring( however i must
stress
>that i do not have a great deal of knowledge is this
>area). i would be most greatful if somebody could
resolve
>this problem for me as i can not currently play any
games.
>thanks in advance. Chris Gibson.
>.
>
Anonymous
April 4, 2004 1:18:25 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.hardware (More info?)

i checked all the leads and they all connect to the
correct place. i even took the all out and put them back
in again myself. there are three leads for each drive. a
skinny wide one that connects to both, a four holed one
that also connects to both and a third one, which also
connects to both, is very small and fiddly. there is
however still no sign of this problem rectifying itself.
can anyone help????please??? cheers for your advice too
Daz. Chris Gibson
!