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Hello, please go to Start -> run and type "devmgr" without " ", locate de CD/DVD device, right click on it and uninstall, then reboot the computer, it should install itself automaticly and work, if not, go to this link and locate your device and download the driver.
The problem is caused by a recent burning package that has been removed. To fix the problem:
Click start then run
type regedit and then hit ok
goto edit then find
in the find box type upperfilters and hit ok when it finds somthing look in the right pane and see if it refers anything to do with the cdrom if it does then delete the entry that was found and hit find next and continue the process until search is finished. Then do exactly the same but instead search for lowerfilters. When you start the new search dont forget to move your current position right upto the top or it may not search the whole registry.
Try replacing your cable or at least unplugging it on both sides then plugging it back in.
Go to your system properties under control panel and uninstall the driver pertaining to your interface. When you reboot it will ask you to reinstall. Sometimes it will start reinstalling right away. That's fine. There is no rollback for just a driver. It's a system rollback they were talking about.
If problem persists with functional cables and functional drive then it's probably your motherboard.