and a large bit of tinkering to re-establish the BIOS would likely fix everything. I see a disk as part of the burner. Use the arrow keys to navigate to the Storage tab. this contact form http://pcsupport.about.com/od/driverssupport/ht/upperfilters-lowerfilters.htm After you delete the upper and lower filters simply restart your computer and the drive should re-appear.
However, there after, the DVD drive was properly recognized and listed and worked without any problem. Thanks Traildriver. Back to top #3 vorsybl vorsybl Topic Starter Members 34 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:34 PM Posted 16 February 2014 - 12:53 PM As I mentioned in the OP, yes, the If Windows recognizes the drive, you are finished.
Installing software that can burn discs, some music software, and some DVD authoring/decryption software can cause these types of problems. Also could be that the type of DVD drive just will not work with the hardware on the mobo. Double-click DVD/CD-ROM drives to expand the category. To reset the BIOS, use one of the following sets of steps, depending on the type of computer you are using: To reset the BIOS on a notebook computer, press F9
It's not uncommon for a drive to fail.As fester mentioned, check the jumper settings. I only have windows on a DVD so I need the drive to install the OS. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 31, 2011 5:34 AM PDT In reply to: Optical drives works but its not detected by BIOS. by R.