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NEC DVD+-RW ND-6500A driver?


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sannie

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For some reason, my device manager comes up with DVD/CD-Rom drives driver missing.
I have no idea how that happened and how can I get it back?
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In Device Manager, right click the device and select "Uninstall". Click 'OK' to close System Properties, then re-boot. When Windows restarts it should re-detect the device and (hopefully) re-install the built-in Microsoft driver for it.
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You can also try searching the the manufacturers website for the product type/name. They should provide correct drivers there.
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In Device Manager, right click the device and select "Uninstall". Click 'OK' to close System Properties, then re-boot. When Windows restarts it should re-detect the device and (hopefully) re-install the built-in Microsoft driver for it.


I did that and it came up with "new hardware" on boot up, but I still can't access my CD-Rom drive.
There is a yellow exclamation mark next to the driver.
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