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Vista can't load DVDROMs



 
 
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Old December 23rd 06, 11:35 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default Vista can't load DVDROMs

I have VISTAĦĦRTM and it worked well. However, it could not load the driver
for my DVDROM and DVDRW now, even the virtual CD-ROM(Daemon tools). I
uninstalled Daemon Tools, and the DVDROMS I have, then restarted the system,
but still failed. However, I switch to XP system, they all work well.

I have a sound card, modem, and a TV tuner on my PCI slots. I wonder why it
is all right in XP but not in Vista. How to fix it? Thanks, and merry x'mas!

 




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