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CD ROM and DVD burner not recognized


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openairwave

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i have just realized that my computer is not recognizing my cd rom or my dvd burner anymore. i can open both of the drives but my computer will not recognize either of them. please help me.
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openairwave

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never mind. i fixed the problem.
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Could you please post how you solved the problem, so that if someone else has the same issue they know how to fix it. Thanks.

--Chris
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YEs PLZ.. I HAVE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AS YOU ....PLZ TELL ME HOW U RESOLVED UR PROBLEM.....plzzzzz
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kazi4u2nv03,

Try This

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Thats a very helpfull little patch Doby, thanks! Do you know of any program/patch/method that would remove a virtual cd drive from your computer from say, a botched installation of Virtual Drive 9.0? I dont want to merely hide it from being displayed in 'My Computer', but I want to completely remove it from my system. I have tried uninstalling Virtual Drive, and re-installing it, neither of those methods worked, and I have even gone into the device manager and uninstalled it from there. The latter method seemed to work, however upon rebooting, the virtual drive was there yet again.

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Hey Chris,

I don't know of any off hand but will look into it but I won't be able to get back to you till early next week I will be away.

Rick
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Thanks, and dont worry about loking into that anymore, I believe I've fixed the problem, I simply got a nother copy of Virtual Drive 9.0 and then installed that and since then the virtual drive has worked. I also uninstalled it just to make sure that the virtual drive would be removed and it was, so cheers, and hope you have fun wherever your going!

--Chris
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