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1. Go to Device manager. Click on the + sign beside IDE drives. Right click on the dvd drive and select uninstall. Restart the computer. It should get installed automatically as it is a generic driver.
2. Go to run > type regedit > go to the following key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\ Select the folder that says ( 4D36E965..... on the right hand side delete the file that says "Upper filters" and "Lower filters"
3. Go to device manager > click on the + sign beside IDEATAATAPI Controllers > right click on Secondary IDE channel and selectuninstall. Do the same with Primary IDE channel. Restart the computer.
Check your different jumper settings in the drive; Is your CD RW drive set in the proper setup as a slave or master drive; or as a single drive.Check in your bios, in the disk management section if your CD RW is detected.
mst...First, get your manual out. the drive must be set to be a secondary device unless it is not. You say you have only one IDE...did you remove the CDR? If you have a second IDE or other board connector, then this drive is primary on that. Now, did you install the drivers for the unit? You can use your CDR to do that or get them from the website of the manufacturer. Are there any bent pins on either the motherboard or the back of your drive? Somewhere in there is an answer.
If you have only one drive connector set, you can get a board which will allow you to setup additional drives. Ask your dealer.