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  • Submitted: Apr 24 2006 04:47 PM
  • Last Updated: Aug 23 2011 12:41 AM
  • File Size: 1.99KB
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Download CDgone

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The popular CDGONE patch. CD drives may vanish in Windows Explorer, Device Manager, etc. if a third-party CD-burning package has been uninstalled and Registry references for some code modules aren?t removed successfully. This patch and a reboot usually will restore the missing drives. Any third party package still required will then have to be re-installed.




sorry I forgot to say this I already did this. I get back my drives however cdrw/dvd doesn't work. the other cd rom drive does
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My laptop would not boot in normal mode after I installed and uninstalled DivX DVD software. I have windows 2000 in my laptop. This file saved me a lot of time and effort.
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CDgone download worked great on a Dell D2400. Thanks.
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A brilliant, quick and easy solution - 10 years on and the work you did writing this patch is still bearing fruit - Thank You!!
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It worked for me too! Thanks so much for the help.
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thanks, brilliant piece of code, worked for toshiba A205-S5853. Much appreciated.

Soldier Zach
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Also worked on a Dell3100 after successfully using the various tools like GMER to remove a MBR rootkit that affected the Sony NEC Opti-Arc dvd-rw ND-3570A that was not recognized with a yellow exclamation point and code 39.

Good thing too, because neither Dell NOR Sony had a driver for this on their websites!!!!
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Thank you very much. It worked for me!
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Whew! I just spent all morning backing up the data I wanted to save in preparation for a clean install of Windows 7, was getting ready to pop in the DVD and get busy......DVD drive was MIA!!! I checked the device manager, it was there, said the driver was up to date but was giving me a code 39 saying Windows couldn't load the device driver software. This patch saved the day! Thanks a million!!!
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not worked in my sp2 xp
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