My CD_ROM is disabled. How do I enable it?

November 24, 2011 at 19:46:16
Specs: Windows XP
Everything worked until I replaced my original graphic card 64mb to evga 6200 with 256MB. This graphic card did not come with a manuel. So I just replaced my old one with this new one and booted up my computer. The computer tried to update the nvdia but it did not take. I turned off the computer and started it up again, and I noticed it says secondary hard drive disk missing. When I look it says my cd-dvd is disabled (in set up menu). How do I get it to work. I can not get my nvdia drivers to work without installing the disc from my new graphic card. and I can not install it. WHen I push the button on both of my cd-dvd roms, they both open their trays. But the disc is not recognized. I really appreciate any help. I have been trying for 2 days to figure it out, and I can not. I am not a computer genius, but if explained clear enough, I think I could understand.

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November 25, 2011 at 00:17:02
physically reseat the cables on your CD/dvd rom, you may have loosened it when you replaced the video card

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November 25, 2011 at 21:48:39
I have done that several times. I even unplugged everything and booted the computer then turned it off, and put the power cords back into both CD_DVD ROMS. and still nothing. Any other suggestions. I do not see CD_DVD when I go to the device manager. It is not listed there.

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