this is what the line in my config.sys looks like:
Rem DEVICE=C:\CDPRO\VIDE-CDD.SYS /D:MSCD001
Rem DEVICE=C:\CDPRO\VIDE-CDD.SYS /D:MSCD001 /P:1F0,14 /P:170,15 /P:1E8,12 /P:168,10
When I boot up my computer when it is starting everything up like sound card drivers etc., It says the line to start up my cd-rom but then below it says- Device Driver Not Found "MSCD001"
You say that you can see when the device driver is loading, but does it successfully detect your CD-ROM drive, or does it give some message like, "No driver loaded, no CD-ROM drive detected"? It looks like the syntax in your config.sys is correct, but when mscdex.exe runs from your autoexec.bat file, it is not finding the "MSCDOO1" device that should be loaded in memory. The driver is running from your config.sys, but it is apparently failing to load, possibly because it is not detecting your drive.
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Is your cdrom connected to an ide off the motherboard, or an ide off the sound card?
if it's from the motherboard, stevet is right, it should not need the dos drivers.
It's possible you have a bad cdrom.
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