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Old April 5th, 2003, 12:13 PM
lisa225 lisa225 is offline
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Unhappy D: is not accessible, device is not ready?

i am trying to fix my old pc since my laptop went for repairs and i using this one again. i am having the common problem of D: is not accesible. device is not ready error message when i click on the D drive. when i insert a cd it spins and green light goes on. a while back i did play a music cd. can someone offer some advice that they know has worked for windows 95. i have a compaq presario 2120. let me know if you need additional info.

thanks so much, would appreciate your help.
lisa
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Old April 5th, 2003, 01:15 PM
Alfons Alfons is offline
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I would suspect that the "Read" portion of the drive is no longer working. You could try using a CD-ROM cleaner disk that has a small brush on it for cleaning the laser lens and if that doesn't work, I'd get a new CD drive. CD-ROMs are very inexpensive these days - almost as cheap as a floppy drive, and if you need any help in its installation, just post.
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