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I have spent several evenings trying to figure out what I am doing wrong. I have an old Gateway G6-400 (pentium 2) that I have reformatted the harddrive ( "format c: /s by using a boot disk from a different computer) and nothing I do seems to get any CD-Rom support. When I try to boot "with CD-Rom support" I get a message that recognizes there is a driver but no "drive" so it "aborts". Any ideas?
 

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Hi jashiatt,

Make sure in the BIOS that it detects the CDrom. And double check the jumpers on the CDrom to see if they are correctly placed.
 
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