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==== CD-ROM Issues ====
 
==== CD-ROM Issues ====
If you are using Parallels and it doesn't recognize your CD, try closing Parallels and ejecting the CD. Then put the CD in again and start Parallels. Check if you can use the CD.
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If you are using Parallels and it does't recognize your CD, try closing Parallels and ejecting the CD. Then put the CD in again and start Parallels. Check if you can use the CD.
  
 
If that doesn't help you, you can make an ISO of your cd and then use it in Parallels. To do this go to Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility. Select your cdrom and then go to New Image and select Master DVD/CD, type a name for it and make the image. This way you'll have a file ending with .cdr. Rename the .cdr to .iso and mount it in your Parallels virtual machine.
 
If that doesn't help you, you can make an ISO of your cd and then use it in Parallels. To do this go to Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility. Select your cdrom and then go to New Image and select Master DVD/CD, type a name for it and make the image. This way you'll have a file ending with .cdr. Rename the .cdr to .iso and mount it in your Parallels virtual machine.

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