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DOES Identify Drives WON'T Install Drivers
Since yesterday, my system seems to be refusing to recognise my DVD Drives (getting Error Code 39).
I've tried the usual 'Update Drivers' via the Device Manager, then the 'Uninstall Drivers' and allowing the Reboot to install the appropriate...
Windows Update won't rectify the problem, nor will the Microsoft Problem Resolution widget...
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
I'm only a week after a clean installation (due to me picking up a nasty .pavol virus) and when I did Windows found and installed the Drivers without any issues whatsoever.
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