|10 May 2010||#1|
Problem with DVD-ROM
I've been searching frantically for an answer to this but I cannot find one anywhere so I thought I'd enlist and try and get some help from you lovely people.
My problem is this:
On my laptop which I'm using now I have a DVD-ROM with read/write capabilities. However, over the past week or so I've noticed it is not allowing me to burn disc's.
I first thought it may be because the laptop is getting on a bit (3 years in December) but I've recently noticed that it's because my DVD-ROM is for some reason showing up as a BD-ROM (Blu-ray player).
I've tried un-installing the drivers, fiddling with them, running diagnostic checks, etc., but nothing seems to be changing it back or even giving me some help on the situation.
Can anyone give me a hand? I need to burn some disc's pretty sharpish for work so could really do with the help.
Thanks a lot in advance.
P.S. Here's a photo, but the quality isn't great as it's from Twitpic.
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|10 May 2010||#8|
I've managed to get rid of the mysterious BD-ROM drive, which it seems was caused by Daemon Tools Lite.
However, I now have the problem that my DVD drive is completely vanished and non-existent on my laptop. I've tried installing everything possible (including the popular CDGONE reg fix) and but it still seems to be invisible.
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