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My HP Dv9000 laptop suddenly stopped recognizing the DVD Optical Drive. Device Manager gives me a code(10). Driver installs and is upto date. HP support said the drive was bad, got a new one, HP Drive. Still same problem. Have Ck'd BIOS for CD/DVD Drive enabled and Updated BIOS dtill same problem. I have removed and powered up unit then powered down and installed new driver(2 additional) still I sit without an internal drive. A USB optical drive works fine go figure. Drives work fine in another HP laptop. I am begining to think I may have a bad MOTHER board. Any helpwill be appreciated.
I found that there was a firmware conflict caused by the installation of iTUNES. I uninstalled and cleared the upper and lower filters in the registry and the internal DVD-Rom is recognized. First I cleared the registry and the drive was recognized after a hard boot. So Far no twitches. Knock on wood.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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