Greetings to everyone
I’ve been experiencing issues with my Pioneer DVR K06 slim DVDRW drive that is connected to my HTPC. Being a slim laptop drive I have attached a sata adapter which is detected in the bios, and allows me to boot from the disc, but when booting into Windows 7 x86 & the drive is missing and the boot time takes a long time.
I have tried all the tutorials in regards to missing DVD drive in Windows 7 but none of them seem to work. It takes a lot longer to load windows then usual boot time and if I insert a disc just before the windows boot sequence starts it detects the drive and boots into windows a lot faster with the drive detected.
Has anyone experienced the same problem and manage to find a solution to fix it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I have run out of options and have absolutely no idea. I have been pointed out that it might be a DMA issue but unsure how to disable or modify the DMA
Below are two snap shots of regedit and device manager
(DVD Detected) http://item.slide.com/r/1/0/i/zFeUF9...pnq1Gzuvrofy_/
(Not Detected) http://item.slide.com/r/1/0/i/4CP8vf...ri64QL4HuBmNW/
any help would be greatly appreciated as this has been an ongoing issue for quite some time