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Posted on 1997-05-18
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I use Netware 3.12 and in the the server i have a TEACCD-56E 8-spin.
My config looks like this:

STARTUP.NCF
Load NPAPATCH
Load IDEATA port=1F0 int=E

AUTOEXEC.NCF
file server name SP
ipx internal net 33340C06
load NE2000 port=300 int=4 FRAME=ETHERNET_802.2
bind IPX to NE2000 net=1
load nut
load monitor.nlm
load after311.nlm
load cdrom.nlm
 load remote 326
load rspx
mount all

Booting the server I can see the following:
CDM autoloader enabled
Loading module IDECD.CDM

Novell ATAPI CDROM CDM
0.0.0 IDECD.CDM-001: WARNING! This driver has not been certified with TEAC
64E FW:1.0D device however the drive has bound to the device and will
attempt to provide support. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK !

Writing "CD DEVICE LIST" at the console gives:
** CD ROM Device List
No       Act      Device Name                       Volume name  Mounted
1        Y        [VO25-A0-D1:1] TEAC CD-64E FW:1.0D                N

and "CD MOUNT 1" gives:
CDROM-4.11-275:INFO
No Volume information found, mount has failed

I suppose the conclusion must be that I am using the wrong Netware
CD-driver, But is there any right and if so, where can I get it ???
My CDROM.NLM is the latest update

Would appreciate some help

Len
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by:barryvankampen
ID: 1589896
Did you try more than one cd to mount?

The novell cd system is only for ISO cd's.
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henrie earned 100 total points
ID: 1589897
I get the same error with my Sony CD, but it runs perfect. (It means the CD-drive is not certified but will work)
You gave the wrong command for mounting the CD. You have to run: CD MOUNT <volumename>
(First check the volume label when you have inserted a CD).

Good luck.

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