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yeah, if your registry has been trashed. you should use some registry defrag tools to fix it.
I know a <a href="http://www.system-tools-software.com/free-registry-defrag/">free registry defrag</a>, you can look for it and have a try.
Need to install or update driver for it. Go to Control panel- System files- find and click hardware tab, then open device manager and see if your lite on cd is there and if your connected to the internet click update driver. If it wasn't there then your need to find the software or driver for it. Go to this site and select at category optical storage. then select your model number and download and execute http://us.liteonit.com/us/index.php?...pper&Itemid=75
each one has jumpers on the back. tiny plastic thing that slides over two pins. there are six pins. three sets of two. one device must be set to master one to slave or they wont work. they are usually labeled with a picture or M S CS master, slave, cable select.
Please download the driver file from this location its an exe file so when you will finish downloading click on open folder where you can find the correct driver file, and rest i think you know how to install it.
As a first step try running this and then reboot the computer. Sometimes windows loses track of CD drivers. I see one or two computers a week at work with this problem. If they doesn't work it could be a few other things, let me know if it works.
There some few tips you can try. Power down the computer then open the cd tray by inserting a sharp object in the small hole near the tray. Look for this hole, then using the sharp object push it pretty hard. With the other hand try to pull the tray out. Once you've pulled it power on the computer (with the cd-rw's tray opened) and watch what the cd-rw is actually doing now. If after it retracts the tray it is doing the same, you will need to dissasemble it. If you are willing to try this, please post another message and also specify there what did the cd-rw drive do when you've applied the method i've told you before.
First, try this:-
Go to my computer>properties>hardware>device manager and look down the list for your cd/dvd drives and click the '+' sign then highlight your dvd drive and right click to delete.
Restart the pc and windows will find the drive again automatically and install the drivers.
If that doesn't work, take off the side of the pc and and look to the back of your burner.
You will see an ide cable connected to the back, either try a new cable or try the cable that is connected to the hard disk drive, as there will be another connector available.
If you do use the burner on the same cable as your HDD then you will have to set the jumper on the back of the burner to slave.
It could be a bad cable or faulty ide motherboard connection.