|22 Jan 2010||#1|
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Why does it say I have a "BD-drive" on my laptop?
I recently formatted my toshiba a300 with windows 7. Everything went well with drivers and everything is working fine. But when I got into "my computer" under "devices and removable storage" it says I have two disk drives. One is the DVD RW Drive (D) and another called BD ROM Drive (Y) But I know I only have one disc drive and its not a BD drive?
Also it wont let me eject..
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