After reformating computer with CD Rom Support, the computer does not recognize the CD Rom Drive.
Posted on 2007-12-06
I was having so many problems with my old Windows 98 computer hanging up and having to be restarted so I decided to reformat it and reload Windows 98 from the original CD.
I have reformated computers before with no problems but this one is just not working the way the others did. I put the floppy in the computer and told it that I wanted to have CD Rom Support. I then did a format and I now have the Windows 98 CD in the CD Rom and it doesn't recognize that there is an E: drive or even an F: drive.
I have the original cd in the top drive (F:) and a copy of the Windows 98 CD in the bottom drive (D:).
It does recognize the A: drive and also the C: drive. For the C: drive it says that Drive C has no label and
It does give a Serial Numbe and says that no file is found and that there is 9,722. MB free.
I just don't know what to do to get this computer to recognize that I have a CD in the CD rom.
Any help would be appreicated.
P.S. I'm in Florida and I'm sorry but couldn't find the Eastern Time zone to select, so I selected Standard Time.