Save this file to your hard drive, then use Windows Explorer and double-click the file. Make sure you have a blank formatted 1.44 mb floppy disk in drive A . This self extracting file will create a boot disk on floppy. It will enable ANY internal IDE cd-rom drive. This is for you folks who don't have Windows installed and can't get your cd-rom drive to work. Try it... you'll like it. When machine is finished booting, your cd-rom drive letter will be D
Note If you need the cd-rom to be a different letter than D , then edit the autoexec.bat file and change the command line from /L D to /L X (where X is the new letter you wish the drive to be) and reboot machine using this disk.
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|WIN95IDEBOOT.IMA||1.5 MB||4 Mar 2002|