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Old 06-17-2004, 12:49 PM   #1
Reimar
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"No CDRom device found" Compaq Armada 7400


Big problem : Just loaded Mandrake 10.0 but every time I'll boot it after the first screen - doesn't matter if I'll use expert or standard installation - the message : "No CDRom device found" appears and he ask me to use a driver disk or choose another driver. Tried to boot from CD1 and CD2 and made a boot disk and boot from floppy always the same error. The CD-Drive is working very well under Win98, I've two - one DVD and one CD tried both.

Anyone an idea what to do or what driver i should use an the Armada 7400 ?

Thanks very much !
Reimar

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