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    Sonic Digital Media Plus V7

    I don't know why or when exactly but I noticed that my dvd disappeared from my computer. I figured out how to bring it back but the sonic software will not connect to the drive now. The only suggestion I have gotten is a complete system restore which is not an accetable alternative at this point. The error I get is that there is a problem with an executable file called mediahub which is probably trying to access a corrupted dll file but which one. Does anybody have a clue? How about a compatible upgrade for the hardware (Lite-on DVDRW SHW-160H6S) in a windows xp media edition with SP3 operating environment.
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    digitalMedia plus v7

    I had same problem. I don't know what caused it but if bios recognizes and device manager sees it with yellow enclosed ! then what you need to do is uninstall the drive in device manager and the high and low filters have to be removed from HKEY_Local _Machine\system\current control set\control\class (select 4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318) then (select upper filter and right click and select delete) then (select low filter right click and delete) Then close regedit and restart computer. This will fix the computer recognition problem but will not resolve the problem with sonic digital media Plus V7 recognition. That is why I am here trying to figure out how to get my software to see my hardware. Before you do this be sure to make a backup copy of your registry.