I look after a parish PC which I suspect has been interfered with by a mischief maker. The main problem is that the CD-ROM is no longer recognised by Windows (Windows 98 SE). The CD-ROM is working, and is recognised at Boot Up. It can also be accessed by starting up in DOS using a Windows Start Up Disc. I strongly suspect that the CD-ROM has been disabled in Windows, as the "mischief maker" has also deleted files which need to be reinstalled via the CD-ROM. Is my diagnosis correct? Can a CD-ROM be disabled in Windows? And, if so, how do I re-enable the CD-ROM?