Posted 24 February 2009 - 10:49 AM
Downloading the driver from the Belkin website (on that machine) will tell you about more than just the CD.
Different CD drives read differently - minor differences in the head alignment between one or the other can cause read issues.
There's a different software mix on the other machine - so what works there may not work on the machine that isn't working.
You can (presumably) connect to the internet with that computer using a wired connection to download the drivers. If not, then download them on another system, copy to a flash drive (it's easier than making CD's) and walk it over to the system in question.
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