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Similar problem except worse. Can't even burn anything. Furthermore, disks inserted in the drive are not appearing on the desktop or anywhere. The drive appears in disk utility. It also seems to cause a host of other problems, various burning applications are CRASHING and not even responding to force quit (haven't tried to kill from terminal yet). We've had to reboot several times.
So far experience is awful. Going to return this if it computer keeps crashing everytime the drive is plugged in.
May I suggerst you reseat all internal connections on your drive? (Power, IDE or what ever) Make sure you are grounded to the case while you do this and you have the power cord disconencted from the wall.
Close up everything and re-connect all the stuff you disconencted.
After you do that, remove the device via the device manager.
Reboot - let windows refind the device. Have the driver CD ready if applicable.
you already have other cd / dvd burner software on pc / laptop...use it...(can i suggest a better software than itunes for burning..unless you have this already..nero, ashampoo and / or burn4free cd / dvd)...nero has much more to place on the menu of dvd...cd (u can get creative)....this way your new version of itunes will just keep your ipod up to date (no more regs problems)