Computer has a dvd rom and a compact disc. Also drive (d) and drive (e) says ' this device is not ready'.
Question: Now how can I play my cd's & dvd's? Please again give answer in step by step.I forgot to say that it's windows 98. Thank You.
Best Answers: Computer has a dvd rom and a compact disc. Also drive (d) and drive (e) says ' this device is not ready'.
turn off your PC and open the side up then take out the CD Drive and on the Back there will be a small jumper where it's at your drive should say M SL CS make sure that the CD is set for CS that's cable select. then put it back in making sure that you have connected the cables back. P.S. your DVD should be set for master. Then you will need a DVD Player Installed like Power DVD or you can get the DVD Codec from microsoft but they charge for that. Email me at [email protected] and i will see what i have that i can send you to play the dvds
No you cannot download windows, that is illegal. If no cds came with your computer, you were supposed to create them with your recover partiton, since you didn't do that. The only thing you can do is contact Gateway and ask them to send you your recovery cds for your computer and then you can use the product key that is on a sticker on your desktop computer.
You must have problems with the device player.Otherwise it won't say so.You have to consult a computer technician to check your pc.
There are a couple of things different with an SUV compared to a car that you need to consider. They don’t necessarily make driving more difficult. just different. SUVs are taller than cars. This gives you great visibility of what is around you like cars in other lanes and activity up ahead. Its easier to keep track of traffic around you in an SUV because they are higher. BUT, being higher means that things immediately beside your car are not going to be seen. Backing out of a driveway means that you will have less view of the driveway. When driving an SUV, you also need to be aware of the performance limitations. SUVs are larger and heavier than cars and as such will for the most part take a longer amount of time to accelerate and brake. They also can’t take turns nearly as fast. If you are a careful driver and you don’t speed, this shouldn’t be an issue but if you do drive fast and push the limits of performance, it’s something you need to be aware of. I’ve driven all sorts of car. From rented race cars and exotics, to sports cars, regular car, small and large SUVs, and pickup trucks. The biggest difficulty I’ve found has been in exotic cars. They have extremely large blind spots because of the engine being behind you and you being so low. Their very wide tires also means that you cant turn around easily since their turning circle is very large. In addition to this, you must be careful of high areas like speed bumps or tall driveways and parking lots as the front of the car can scrape. SUVs don’t have any of these issues. Full size pickup trucks have some blind spot issues but they often have very big mirrors which helps a lot. Compact SUVs don’t really have any serious blind spot issues at all. And their turning circles are generally good. You shouldn’t be worried about an SUV being harder to drive than a car.
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