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Thread: installing cd-rom driver

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    I want to use a cd-rom on an old machine with dos. How can I install the drivers to do this?

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    This should be bery easy if you have a floppy disk with the drivers, and the drivers are configured to work under DOS. If you have the disk just put it in the drive, and run the install program. if you don't have the disk, or the drivers are not DOS compatible you may have to download some that are.

    Erik
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    Welcome Pixels...

    Click to www.bootdisk.com and start by checking out CD-ROM in DOS.

    Luck.

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