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Date:      Thu, 30 Sep 1999 14:37:19 -0400
From:      "Bob Cohen" <bcohen@bpecreative.com>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Mitsumi CD-ROM Not recognized
Message-ID:  <000101bf0b72$d3e39d30$dfdfdfdf@mojomatic>

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I just bought the 3.3 release and can't complete the
installation because BSD won't recognize my CD-ROM.  I've
got a Pentium system w/PCI, scsi hard disk, network card, us
robotics modem, and sound card.

The CD-ROM is either IDE or proprietary and uses an OEM
sound card configured as a SB16 as the CD controller.  The
vanilla kernel doesn't work nor does reconfiguring the
kernel by hand by changing the IRQ and port to match the
settings reported to me by the Win95 System Resources
Report.  I've also tried using the IRQ and port for the
sound card.  Neither works.  Any guidance would be
appreciated.  Would a DOS installation make more sense?  I'd
hate to lose the CD-ROM capability.  Thanks.

Bob Cohen

b.p.e.Creative			Web Design and Production
P.O. Box 192			508.384.6054
Sheldonville, MA 02093		bcohen@bpecreative.com




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