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D:\ is not accessible incorrect function


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Relemar

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Everytime I put in a CD and I double click, it comes up with "D:\ is not accessible incorrect function"

I have no CDs for my CD/DVD writer, its defo not broke this only happened a few weeks back, it was working before I did a repair install of XP.


I've been into Device Manager, uninstalled CD drive one and rebooted, still nothing. Any ideas?

Thanks guys! <3

Also every time I boot up windows it comes up SCI/RAID drivers" and it says Automatic install, then I click the reccomended option, and first time it fails, another one pops up and that never completes.

Are these related or not?

Help me out please anyone :)

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Edited by Relemar, 25 October 2007 - 10:54 AM.

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Adrenalin

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Do you have Roxio Easy CD Creator installed on the machine?
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Sorry for 3 day delay and no I don't, I don't think anyway.
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What is the CD/DVD drive make
What is the CD/DVD your putting in it +/-?
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I really think this is down to a CD being burnt with errors, recently burning some files I was using windows burner method, I'll try Nero see if same happens.
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