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Posted on 1997-05-04
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I can't view my CD Rom.  Tried everything but I can't mount it.  The utilities Mounters I have used identify my CD-Rom as SCSI 3.  Can I change the number to have it recognized and mounted?
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I don't think SCSI-3 is the case. Did you try CD-ROM Toolkit?
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by:arabesque
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Not yet but I plan on it.  Thanks.
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by:binky050697
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Is it external?  In which case, is it terminated?
Do you have anything else with the same ID?
Do you have the right driver for it?  What make/model is it?

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