Thanks, I will give it a try. In Device Manager, click your computer so that it is highlighted. In reply to Azeez N’s post on April 3, MichaelMaley Replied on April 3, I can’t even remember any more. I have talked to a friend who is Microsoft Certified that thinks I will have to get into the registry to solve the problem. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
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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. Azeez N Replied on April 3, I have the same question It sounds as if you have some sort of virtual drive software installed that reinstalls the virtual CD on boot up.
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MichaelMaley Replied on April 8, In this case it did not Fix It! Hi, – Have you made any changes to your computer prior to the issue? This site in other languages x.
I have stayed away from that in the past, but I will take a look in a few days with his help. I can’t even remember any more.
Thanks for your interest elbg suggestions. I have also looked at several forums for suggestions.
LemP Replied on April 5, How satisfied are you with this reply? In reply to Azeez N’s post on April 3, MichaelMaley Created on April 3, Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. In reply to LemP’s post on April 5, MichaelMaley Replied on April 5, In reply to MichaelMaley’s post on April 3, In reply to MichaelMaley’s post on April 5, Click Actionand then click Scan for hardware changes.
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Neither drive will recognize any type of medium. 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.
This thread is locked. I tried these suggested solutions. How satisfied are you with this response? I have talked to a friend who is Microsoft Certified that thinks I will have to get into the registry to solve the problem. I have another drive just like it and when I replaced it in my computer, it came cdroom with the same name.
Did this solve your problem? Tell us about your experience with our site. Thanks, I will give it a try. Click Startand then click Run. To scan for hardware changes, follow these steps: I’d suggest you to follow these steps and check if the issue persists. The device comes up with the wrong name in the device manager.
Does anyone have any clue what is wrong?