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cddrives disappear in my computer/explorer

Posted on 2004-09-23
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Ya basically i know my cdrom drive works. And it has been fine. But all of a sudden, its not listed in 'My Computer'  Also i installed daemon tools, if u guys dont know, it creates virtual cdrom drives.  And my computer/explorer wont show those drives either. what is going on?
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I just now looked in my device manager. my cdrom drives have been disabled. And it says 'windows cannot enable the drive' when i try to enable it.
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i would remove the deamon and check and see if your cd-rom comes back, if not, have you checked your device manager for any signs of it beeing a driver issue? What OS are you using?

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I agree above uninstall the software that you installed..
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I figured it out on my own. Delete question
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