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Re: DVD-RW Drive Shows up as DVD-RW and CD-Drive in Windows Explor

Postby U1RMQ2FyZHNGYW4 » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 07:39:10 GMT

Andy,

Thanks, but it didn't work.  I deleted the E: and G: drives as instructed 
and rebooted.  However, the G: drive came back.







Re: DVD-RW Drive Shows up as DVD-RW and CD-Drive in Windows Explor

Postby Doug » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 14:12:28 GMT

Leave it as is. Won't hurt anything. Everything will work 
normally.

Doug W.
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"nelly" wrote:

> i am having the same problem.
> let me know if you work out how to do it,
> thanks
> 
> "towny" wrote:
> 
> > My drive will let me put in a cd and play it, show photo's etc. 
> > 
> > However, if I try to copy anything on to the cd drive my comp does not see 
> > it. ie media player does not see I have a cd or rw drive at all, it says 
> > there are no devices.
> > 
> > Also if I try to copy photo's on to my cd-r/rw drive it says it is not 
> > accessable.
> > 
> > Any ideas?

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