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Need help getting E drive recognized on a Compaq model 5020

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Old August 6th 03, 12:01 AM
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Default Need help getting E drive recognized on a Compaq model 5020


When I reformatted the E drive didn't work. It was working great
until I reformatted. It says the E drive isn't ready even when a cd
that is unused or even if there is a used cd in it. It worked
perfectly before I reformatted and I checked for conflicts and stuff
like that. I even went to device manager and remove it so it can
install itself again but that didn't work. Any help would be

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