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And even so ide-scsi doesn't claim your CD-ROMs? Now that's weird. Reload all the modules and check for any kernel messages....
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    And even so ide-scsi doesn't claim your CD-ROMs? Now that's weird. Reload all the modules and check for any kernel messages.

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    Well I installed Mandrake on another part of my drive and I'm still getting the same thing when I run cdrecord -scanbus. ide-cdrom version 4.59 is still what comes up in /proc/ide/hd*/model. This is getting quite frustrating. If this means anything to anyone, when Mandrake boots up I get the following error repeatedly: modprobe: modprobe -ide cd failed. Does anyone have any idea what I could have done to mess these things up?

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    No idea, really, but of all distros that I've gained experience on from these forums, Mandrake does seem like the least stable one.

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    Well once I get gentoo 100 percent working it's replacing Mandrake. Thanks for the help.

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