Posted 19 June 2008 - 01:04 PM
Normally the BIOS will allow limited access to a CD/DVD drive on any system. Once the operating system (either Windows or the recovery CD) loads, it'll take over the chore of managing the CD/DVD drive. For example, if you boot to a DOS disk, you'll need to structure the autoexec.bat and the config.sys files to load the CD drivers for operation within the DOS environment.
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