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Microsoft Virtual Server not recognizing drives

I am using Microsoft Virtual Server and have installed Windows 2003 server as one of the images.  In the browser remote control - I've configured the server image to see the Physical D: drive and when I start the Win2003 image - it lists my CDROM drive in explorer but  when I insert and try to read a disk  - the severe image doesn't recognize there is a disk present.  Nothing is wrong with the drive nor the CD.  

WHat am I doing wrong
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Make sure that the virtual machine has the proper drivers installed for that CDROM.

Jeff
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