First post, by EvieSigma
I have a Micron PC with a Pentium 66MHz and a Mitsumi CD-ROM drive (model FX001D) running off an ISA controller card. I'm trying to install Windows 95 on the machine but I can't seem to get the CD-ROM drive to work, I install version 1.16 of the drivers that are supposed to be for this CD-ROM drive but when I try and boot the machine and get the CD-ROM working I just get...this.
There's two different versions of the driver (MTMCDAE.SYS and MTMCDAS.SYS) but both of them result in "CD-ROM is not detected, driver not loaded" when starting the system. I've found both a version 1.16 of this driver (as found here: http://ibm-pc.org/drivers/cdrom/MITSUMI/MITS116.ZIP) and a version 1.11 (https://archive.org/details/930903) but I feel like the driver version shouldn't really...matter? I also notice what looks like it might be a DIP switch block on the ISA controller card but I would have no idea what the settings are for it.