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e. Both a. and b.
Learn more:One of the stranger problems you might encounter in installing Windows XP in your organization is the disappearance of your optical drive. The problem crops up both with Windows XP Professional and XP Home. Clearly the issue is software related because you can see a question mark for devices listed in the CD-ROM drive section of the Device Manager. The problem is that even if you uninstall the drive in the Windows Device Manager, the old driver is still loaded automatically when you reboot. You've most likely installed the wrong driver or your driver has gotten corrupted. In either case, you need to get rid of the old driver.
Your first step should be to try and replace the driver. To do this...
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