I have a 4 speed Nec external cd-rom on a 386 with 8 megs of ram and Win 3.1. It always worked until my zip drive got a problem. Zip is Drive F, CD-rom is drive E. The zip was getting assigned to E to conflict with the cd. When I got the zip back to its F: drive the cd-rom would no longer work. Upon boot up, right after the mscdex.exe line, I get the message" No valid cd-rom device driver selected. Device driver Aspicdo not found. Its address is actually BOB8:0000. I am using Adaptec EZ-Scsi for Dos/Windows.
In my autoexec.bat it says C:\scsi\mscdex.exe /D:As[icido /M:12 /L:E
Config.sys says Device=C:\qemm\loadhi.sys R:2 Size=24032 C:\scsi \aspi2dos.sys /d /z and Device=C:qemm\loadhi.sys /r:1 Size=28976 C=scsi\aspicd.sys D:aspicdo How can I get my computer to realize that Aspicdo is located at BOB8:0000?
Are those zeroes the letter o or number zero? If the answer is going to do me any good, the directions will have to be very EXACT and simple or I won't understand. (The cd-rom worked before with these lines in the autoexec.bat and config.sys at boot up. Please help since my cd-rom won't work at all now.