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Windows drivers for NEC CD-ROM

Posted on 1998-10-06
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I have installed a new 40X CD-ROM drive sold under the name Atlas.  It is a NEC drive , model CDR-3000A.  It installs fine under DOS but is not recognized by Windows 95.  Does anyone know where I can find the correct Windows 95 driver for this drive.

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Darrell
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Go to the driverguide they will be able to point you to the drivers.
www.driverguide.com
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Thank you for the help.  Upon entering the site you recommended I was able to find the cause of the problem.  It is not missing drivers after all.  It appears that the HDD drivers and the chipset on my Motherboard are causing the problem.  I am now searching for a solution.  I'll probably submit a question on this topic soon.

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