I have a small problem with my PC and I was wondering if anyone has any idea what may be causing it. When I boot the PC up it normally takes less than 1 min to get to windows. However there is one CD which contains several MP3 Folders and Files which when l leave in the CDRW drive Increases the boot time dramatically. I have checked the system BIOS and the boot order is Card Reader (which is always empty), HDD 0 (Where the PC boots from, and CDROM (which I didn’t think would be used as the HDD would load windows). The PC boots fine when other CDs are present at start up, it’s only a problem with this one. Once the PC is up and running it can see and execute the problem CD without any issues.
Any Ideas, (See attached spec). Thanks in anticipation
Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 1 (build 2600)