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Most Windows versions: Go to the diskmanagement (run compmgmt.msc) option Disk management. Locate the drive and add a driveletter. If the drive is not shown in the list, you need to check your USB drivers or connectors.
Hi,sorry my friend,I can't understand that what is your problem exactly,but I think you have a problem with your O.D.D (Optical Disk Drive) and it is not detected by your motherboard,if so, you can test and change the cables and the port that you connected your O.D.D .
Have you changed or upgraded your OS recently?
Looks like the drivers are corrupt or out-dated.
Might go to your computer mfg support site or the Drive mfg support site and download the latest drivers.
Uninstall whatever drivers are loaded reboot and reinstall fresh copies.
you need to install/re-install the drivers for the expresscard, should be downloadable from medion. Also check in control-panel that the device is there. If you look in My Computer/control Panel/System/Device Manager and the device is listed, with a yellow exclamation mark. try removing/uninstalling. or physically remove from the computer, re-install and go through the new hardware wizard to set it up.