"I cannot use the drive. My CD's won't play."
- Does the BIOS 'see' the drive?
- Does My Computer 'see' the drive?
- Can you read files on a data CD?
- Can you see the tracks on a music CD?
- Does Autoplay work?
- In Explorer: Tools>Folder Options>File Types. Browse down to "Audio-CD's"? What program is used to open such a file type?
- What program/version do you use to play the CD? What happens?
- Did you configure (say Tools>Options) that program to associate itself with music CD's again? That doesn't happen automatically, after you remove the association with RealPlayer by uninstalling it.
So far. It's possible the solutuin lies hidden in the answers to the above questions.
Windows 98, not sure what category this falls under.
I downloaded real player and it took over the D drive. I have uninstalled real player and I can not use the drive. My Cds won't play.