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Old Nov 09, 2004, 05:18 PM
Insomniac Insomniac is offline
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What I think has happened is burning software and/or virtual drives have screwed up your settings or Registry.

There is a Registry hack you can try, but leave that as a last resort.

How many drives are listed in My Computer and in Device Manager?

Have only the NU unit physically installed and then try uninstalling all your optical drives (Remove all virtual drives too) including the NU and reboot.

Let Windows detect it on the reboot and install the relevant files.

Check Device Manager and make sure that it's listed with no errors and DMA is enabled.
Old Dec 27, 2004, 01:49 PM
tireless giver tireless giver is offline
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Default Temporary fix

Try disabling one of the drives (like the cdrw) through device manager. This returned functionality to my dvd rw. Still working on a solution that will allow me to use both.

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