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Can not mount cdrom

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I have an old Toshiba XM-3501B 4X cdrom which connected to the SCSI interface of my pas16 soundboard. The slackware96 did recognize the cdrom at booting, but when I try to mount it, the system locked! Does anyone know how to deal with this problem?
Thanks!
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by:czamudio
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do you have SCSI support? try recompiling your kernel. you have to enable the SCSI CDROM support.
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Which command did you use?
Do you get any messages?
Did you try with different CD's? (maybe you tried with a defective one).
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by:DrewC
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Also some CD-ROM drives require a CD to be in the drive for it to be noticed.  
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