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my cd rom DRIVE IS NOT BEING D TECTED

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i have an old pakard bell computer i reformated the hard drive and it keeps wanting me to insert sys disk i did and then when i finaly tried to get to the d drive and install it says invalid drive i have tried everythin i could and it has been reformated and i installed win 98 on it it worked then why not now?
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you need to install the cd-rom driver on your system disk, just copy everyting from the driver disk to the hard-drive and install it on the system disk
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but how do i copy it? from a: cuz the only thing i have is DOS
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