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CD-ROM Not Found

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I am installing Slackware 96. When I choose Source I get a message that the CD-ROM drive is not found. I have a Creative Quad Speed. I tried bare.i and sbpcd.i and neither one worked.

I don't know if this matters but the CD-ROM is connected to a controller board that came with the drive.

Does anyone have any ideas on what I should do?

Thanks.

Marc
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Is your CD drive jumper set to master? You didn't give a model number but as far as I know all quad speed creative drives use bare.i
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