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Ok i have 2 Cd drives at my old computer one which sometimes reads cd and the other one which is better and it reads all cd. Now when i ...
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    Ok i have 2 Cd drives at my old computer one which sometimes reads cd and the other one which is better and it reads all cd. Now when i copied a cd with games from my computer it said that wrong fs type, too many mounted file systems and other things. I saw that 2 other devices were added which i dont have the partition called cdaudio and a dvd drive which i dont have when i want to mount them i says the same thing as with the cd drive. I want to delete the dvd and the partition cdaudio but i dont know how. Can anyone help me?

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    Check the contents of /'etc/fstab file. If it has entires of dvd and cdaudio, delete those.
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    Thanks it helped

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    Glad to help you.
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