I'm putting together a simple comp for my mom, but the CD-Rom drive won't show up. It's 'seen' by the computer in bios and device manager, however in device manager there's an error saying something is wrong with the driver. This cd drive was given to me by a friend, it's a samsung....
When I go to update driver, windows says it can not find any drivers that's more up to date than the one I have already installed.
My question is does this sound like a hardware failure or a software failure? Could there be a problem with the cd rom drive it self, motherboard or anything to that extent? Or is this a strictly driver problem? And why isn't windows recognizing it.
I can't really do anything without a CD-Rom since everything is on CD.
Also I've gone to samsung's website and downloaded what is suppose to be the driver for that specific CD drive.... and it still shows up as error in the device manager.... very frustrating.
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