I have went to device manager - disk drives - SAMSUNG ATA DEVICE, and uninstalled it as there were some recommendations for other topics, but that seemed to make no difference.
I hope for a reply as soon as possible, Thank You.
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So do i have to put the driver in manually if I buy it, or do I have to buy a program and install it.
Try 3 next and see if it works.
If it doesn't, try 4.
It that doesn't work, the CD/DVD drive probably needs to be replaced. (They're cheap).
Thank you. But there's just one thing I'm curious about, when I went to regedit to check for my upper filters lower filters, there were neither of them there. Is this normal or will I get them back when I install the new drive?
Normally you don't need to do anything other than removing the old CD/DVD drive and installing the new one in its place.
Before you do though, you might go into Device Manager and Uninstall the old drive. Then Shutdown, install the new drive and boot back up.
Windows should then go through it's "Found New Hardware" routine and get it setup for you.
That's it, you're done.
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