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Creator 2010 Does Not Recognize My Cd Drive


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I know this is an old topic and I have read them but the suggestions in those threads do not work and rather than hijack a thread, I am starting this one.

 

My cd drive is recognized by all of my other applications without fail. However, when I installed EZ Creator 9 Suite, Creator 9.0 DE and Creator 2010, all of them fail to recognize my cd drive. They all report "no drive detected". I even installed the PX engine updates without success.

Even when these programs report "no drive detected", all of my other cd interactive programs work without problems.

 

Does anyone have any new ideas.

 

System Config

Asus mb with 8Gb RAM, Intel I5 CPU. HDD space is not an issue.

CD Drive is model HP DVD 1260 (Sata interface

 

Thanks in advance,

Ed

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I know this is an old topic and I have read them but the suggestions in those threads do not work and rather than hijack a thread, I am starting this one.

 

My cd drive is recognized by all of my other applications without fail. However, when I installed EZ Creator 9 Suite, Creator 9.0 DE and Creator 2010, all of them fail to recognize my cd drive. They all report "no drive detected". I even installed the PX engine updates without success.

Even when these programs report "no drive detected", all of my other cd interactive programs work without problems.

 

Does anyone have any new ideas.

 

System Config

Asus mb with 8Gb RAM, Intel I5 CPU. HDD space is not an issue.

CD Drive is model HP DVD 1260 (Sata interface

 

Thanks in advance,

Ed

 

 

Follow post # 6 to the letter!

 

Here >> http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/74799-no-drive-detected/page__view__findpost__p__374534

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The reason why you should follow Cdanteek's post #6 to the letter, is that the PX updater when simply run only updates the files used by the PX engine - which is what Roxio uses to see your burners.

 

If there is a broken link or registry entry in your PX Engine, just updating the files won't help. You need to reinstall the engine with its proper links and registry entries, and that's what Cdanteek's instructions will do.

 

Cheers,

Brendon

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