I got it with the new machine, varely 2 months back. CD Windows 10 pro (x64) upgraded from W7 Tried all key reg fixes - reboot - uninstall DVD bluray - still NO DVD detected by windows... Can any one help me in fixing the problem.Jipson Jipson PaulJul 25, 2009, 5:18 PM Hello friends, I did the steps to delete the upper and lower filter and restrarted the

Work like a charm. I think that mine popped up asking me if I was sure I wanted to do this & I chose yes. HOPE THIS HELPS Hi Everyone!I tried this, due to my d -drive not being recognised, and after following your advice exactly as you wrote it, when i restarted my laptop, it Press the Esc key again, press Enter, then press Enter again to Ignore Changes and Exit.

To reset the BIOS on a desktop computer with BIOS version 7 or greater, restart the computer, press F1 or F10 (depending on computer model) repeatedly at startup to open the If the issue is not resolved, proceed to the next troubleshooting step. When I plug the external drive into my HP (also Win10) I get the tone and the drive is up and running - I can read/write, do backups, etc. Select Computer in the main window.

Click regedit. If problems occur after using these steps, browse to the file and double-click it to restore the registry. This is what you do...Start the Run Command PromptType in "regedit" without the parrenthesis then click okGo to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEThen SYSTEMThen CURRENT CONTROL SETThen CONTROLThen CLASSThen find {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}The whole thing looks like note: If you have a new notebook computer, make sure the computer actually has a CD/DVD drive.

Under Programs, click Uninstall a program. Thank you alan did every one of these things n blastid drive still is not showing vinodh method 5 works for me.

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