Our homeschool coop had several used computers donated to us and I have gone through the fdisk and formatted 7 of them with no problem. I have two that have me *bumfuzzled*. After running the fdisk and formatting the hard drive, my CD won't access. I know it is working as the light comes on and the door opens and closes. The problem is that when I put in the Win 98 CD, and go to the D: and type in setup, it says it does not recognize E: drive. I know they sometimes bump letters, so I go to E: and type in setup and it says invalid command or filename. This is really weird. Any suggestions? I have tried taking out the drive itself, putting it back in, checking all the cables to make sure they are secure and reinstalling the drivers for the CD (TEAC-532E). The only problem I can find is that the drivers don't go to the directory where the sys files are. D: has all the sys files on it when I run a dir, and C: is empty except for the TEAC drivers. I am open to any suggestions. Thank you so much for your help.