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Cd -ROM does not recognize any disc that is inserted into it.

I have XP as my OS and I have trouble with the CD- ROM: It does not recognize and disc that is inserted into it.

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Hi

Okay first does "any disk" mean ANY disk, or any disk in the same pack of blanks ? Some cheap media has this problem.

If not, then you probably have a hardware problem.

Try checking Device Manager for flags. Report them here.
someone will know more .

If none, your optical drive may be bad.

I'm assuming "delete the drive and reboot" means uninstall the drivers Device Manager. Did they have any flags before ?

Make sure to enable "show hidden devices". You might have a non-plug & play device driver in conflict, and they are hidden.

What software are you using to burn disks ? There may be a problem with that. If there are no flags in device manager, uninstall the software (if it's Nero, Roxio or something). You can reinstall the software later.



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