At 02:14 PM 1/3/2013, TuLithu wrote:

>Last night I installed FreeDOS on my HP Pavilion g series laptop.  Everything
>seems to work fine, except I can't access my DVD ROM drive.  I have spent
>several hours reading the help files and examining the config.sys and
>autoexec.bat files, but I can't figure out what the problem is.
>I figured the drive would be at D: or E:, but I just get an invalid drive
>message.  If anyone can help, it would be greatly appreciated.  I haven't
>used DOS since about 1995, and even then, I only knew the bare basics.

DOS knows squat about any CD/DVD ROM drive unless you load the 
appropriate driver for it as well as MSCDEX to allow access to the 
CD-ROM file system. For the later, there exists a free replacement in 


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