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I removed the DVD recorder drive by unplugging it from the computer tower, now that I have put it back in, it does not recognize any discs I put in there and now the CD ROM does not either, I believe it may have to do with some of the wires that have PS6 and PS8 on them and maybe the PS4 wire. How...
We use optical libraries (IBM and PLASMON) to store image documents,pdf's, policy... . Which is the best advanced method to store these? Something like on platters, disc?? I read an article about virtual optical drives but not quite sure about it. Any help reg this
I have stored AS/400 reports to optical library using On Demand (Ex RDARS). now that we have decided to remove RDARS and go for saving queues from AS/400, is there a way to copy back info from the optical Library to AS/400 and have it to its original format?