|28 Jan 2010||#1|
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CD/DVD-Rom Drivers Disabled after Compatibility Mode
Has anyone had this problem? They have installed a new program in compatibility mode (eg. XP SP3) and after restarting their pc, there is a yellow exclamation mark is in the CD/DVD-Rom Driver in Device Manager.
I had this problem and had to uninstall the driver which installed itself on restarting the computer. Is this a known problem? I tested this on two seperate laptops; one with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 and both came up with the same issue.
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