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Old Sep 21, 2007, 10:51 PM
zackarias 123 zackarias 123 is offline
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Default any ideas help plz

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Hi troops I have 2 optical drives on my pc one dvd rom and one dvd R/W I recently did a reinstall dvd rom drive ok pioneer dvd r/w will not work.
strange because I used it to install windows so I know its working.

It is recognised in the bios and in windows.and in device manager. Have installed latest drivers and firmware. still no joy oh its a pioneer 109.

Have also uninstalled in device manager rebooted is recognised but still wont work. any ideas would be greatly appreciated thanks in advance bob
Old Sep 23, 2007, 06:23 AM
zackarias 123 zackarias 123 is offline
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cracked it writer was cream crackerd thanks anyway
Old May 31, 2012, 10:09 PM
Giorgio Giorgio is offline
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Never use Windows Update for hardware drivers. It's a hit and miss affair and can install the wrong drivers.

Uninstall all your audio drivers completely. You may have to manually do so. Do not leave any behind.

Remove your PCI soundcard, then go to PcChips' website and download the latest compatible motherboard/chipset drivers and install them.

Install the sound card, preferably to a different PCI slot. (Depending on which card you are using. If it's onboard, obviously ignore this step) (I'd try onboard first)

Check it's enabled in the Bios and onboard is disabled (only if it's a PCI card), then go to desktop and install the sound card drivers. (See if C-Media have any updated drivers for your model onboard)


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