This has primarily worked for migrated VMs. Parallels Forums Home Forums > Parallels Desktop for Mac > Windows Guest OS Discussion > CD-ROM Drive Doesn't Appear in Win98 Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by MacAngus, Feb Proffitt Forum moderator / July 5, 2008 11:52 PM PDT In reply to: I think i know a solution So it's unlikely they will still run 98. Rex Fenestrarum12-30-2004, 08:27 PMMost CD or DVD burners don't need any "drivers". my review here
It cannot have tow set the same. Is there any way I can download the proper drivers to make this thing work, or am I replacing my burner and/or my operating system? To do this you'll need to remove its securing screws and the EIDE and PSU cables plugged into the back of the drive. I restarted again, and tried going into the Setup Menu to see if I could fix the problem. check over here
Now it is my understanding that "OEMCD001" is a generic name for the required CD driver (which I don't have). So I changed that back. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
If you don't do that the drive will never work. Darn, that would've been too easy I guess. Free Computer Help. It also looks like - for whatever reason - your new drive caused a PCI conflict and that replacing the drive with the old one works, but causes your sound card
This helps minimize those problems. Windows 98 Dvd Player Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.0 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Last edited: Apr 2, 2008 jbh001, Apr 2, 2008 #11 St3w4rtM Messages: 5 jbh001 said: ↑ If you are installing from the CD (instead of copying the install files to your http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2755855/external-usb-dvd-drive-win98.html When the computer told me that my operating system was no longer found, I used several words that can only be said in the Pit, restarted yet again, and reset everything
All other marks are the trademarks or service marks of their respective owners. But is it the 2nd drive on the cable or the first drive? Each core has its own 1MB L2 cache which may be accessed by the other either via a special bus interface. I'm going to print this thread out, because I'm nowhere near computer-savvy enough to keep this all in my head.
I have two physical hard drives, so the CD-ROM was previously installed on path E:/ .I have exactly the same problem on another similar computer, running the same version of Windows https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/win-98-won-t-detect-ide-cd-rom-6715/ I installed the new DVD drive (it's an Emprex Dual 16x DVD-R) and Windows 98 won't recognize it and for the life of me I can't figure out why. Windows 98 Dvd Drivers The place to look is the config.sys file in the root folder of your C: drive. Others have reported some success with this approach, although I haven't heard it used in regards to the disappearing CD drive problem.
Proffitt Forum moderator / December 26, 2003 8:00 AM PST In reply to: Re:Re:Win. 98 won't detect IDE CD-ROM 1. http://dwp2001.com/windows-98/drivers-win98-usb.php I know I'm not the only one out and about looking for Pokémon. Sorry nothing seems to be working and that I can't give more information -- I only know what my neighbors have told me, and they don't really understand it so I'm Harry PotterAug 10, 2015, 3:50 PM Well...the flash drives work.
I doubt the OS police will come after you since the OS is basically dead. The burner in question is the Mad Dog Dominator 4-in-1, which can be used by any computer running Windows 98 Second Edition or above. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Keep an eye on posting dates. http://dwp2001.com/windows-98/drivers-win98.php June 18, 2007 Tags windows windows98 dvd dvd-rom dvd-rw cd cd-rom cd-rw drives Share Twitter Facebook
Immediately after the log-in screen, I got this message: New Hardware Found: PCI Riptide Audio Legacy Resources Windows is installing new software Seconds later, I got a critical error/blue screen of Thanks! Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.
solved PC with no CD/DVD drive won't boot from bootable usb. If you have jumpered it correctly on the second system, then it should work. OTI-011 CD-ROM device driver"), you should be able to read data files on either a CD or DVD drive. enabled, connect at startup, and connected to IDE 0:1 (tried others tho), but Windows never sees a CD drive.
Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Menu - Home - Help! Any ideas? Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? http://dwp2001.com/windows-98/drivers-usb-win98.php Another other drives be them HD of CD roms should be set as slaves on either IDE channel.
Alicia, Feb 18, 2008 #5 MacAngus Messages: 3 Thanks Alicia - I will try that, although I believe my Windows 98SE CD is an upgrade, so that is why I installed In Windows 98, HOW did you determine the drive was missing?Explorer can be told to hide drive letters.