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CDRom Drive Keyboard on old system

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Nicole Lancaster
Posted on Saturday, October 6, 2001 - 9:01 am:   


I just posted I message about my keyboard not working. (I tested the key board on another pc and it worked fine.)

I don't know much about this system. It's not built by a major company.
I know it has an old AMD-K6 processor.
I am unsure how I can find out what kind mother board it has.
The CD rom is has is 8X Packard Bell dated 1997 version 1.04K

Here is the problem.....
Computer boots to the Win95 screen then goes back to DOS and gives this error:

Trantor CDROM driver, version 3.09a
Copyright (c) 1989-93 Trantor Systems
---For the Multimedia Board with SCSI---
SCSI host adapter detected at address 388h.
Warning no devices respond on this SCSI host adapter.
No TSLCD functions in use
Driver aborting
press [return }

The cdrom opens and shuts but I haven't tested it otherwise :) Sorry I believe its obvious that I don't know much about what I am doing. I hope you can please help.

Nicole Lancaster
Posted on Monday, October 8, 2001 - 8:23 pm:   

I sure hope someone gets around to helping me!


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