In reply to LemP’s post on April 5, MichaelMaley Replied on April 5, I did remove the program, but it may have left me with this problem. I can uninstall this virtual drive drive and get my real drive to appear and work, but after shutting the computer down and restarting, the virtual drive re-appears in Device Manager along with my actual drive. This thread is locked. In this case it did not Fix It! In reply to MichaelMaley’s post on April 5,
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To scan for hardware changes, follow these steps: I have also looked at several forums for suggestions.
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. MichaelMaley Replied on April 8, I’d suggest you to follow these steps and xdrom if the issue persists. This site in other languages x.
Tell us about your experience with our site. The device comes up with the wrong name in the device manager.
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Ddv-rom tried these suggested solutions. Thanks for marking this as the answer. In reply to MichaelMaley’s post on April 3, It sounds as if you have some sort of virtual drive software installed that reinstalls the virtual CD on scsu up.
Azeez N Replied on April 3, I have talked to a friend who is Microsoft Certified that thinks I will have to get into the registry to solve the problem.
DVD R/W listed in the Device Manager is wrong.
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Does anyone have any clue what is wrong?
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Hi, – Have you made any changes to your computer prior to the issue? Thanks for your interest and suggestions. How satisfied are you with this reply?
I have the same question I did remove the program, but it may have left me with this problem.
I’d suggest you to open Device Manager and scan for hardware changes. The Fix-It program I refered to was a download from Microsoft that is used to identify and automatically fix various window and interface problems.
In Device Manager, click your computer eoby that it is highlighted. I can uninstall this virtual drive drive and get my real drive to appear and work, but after shutting the computer down and restarting, the virtual drive re-appears in Device Manager along with my actual drive.
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How satisfied are you with this response? Sorry this didn’t help.
In this case it did not Fix It! Click Actionand then click Scan for hardware changes.
Thanks, I will give it a try. I have another drive just like it and when I replaced it in my computer, it came up with the same name. In reply to LemP’s post on April 5,