cfitz wrote:What all is listed on the "Hardware" tab of Start->Settings->Control Panel->Sounds and Multimedia ?
Do you have any other optical drives in the system that are currently able to recognize and play audio CDs?
Oh, and disable Nero Drive Speed. In your picture it looks like it is set to auto-start. It probably isn't causing any problems, but there is no need for it, and in general you shouldn't run software you don't need.
cfitz wrote:Your sound blaster card is the only thing listed? I asked for everything that is listed.
cfitz wrote:When you say "I just change the drivers and nothing else", do you mean drives (the physical devices into which you place the discs) or drivers (the system software that allows the computer to communicate with the drives)?
cfitz wrote:I would suggest that you delete the CD-RW drive from device manager, then reboot and allow the system to reinstall it.
ariranha wrote:cfitz wrote:Your sound blaster card is the only thing listed? I asked for everything that is listed.
cfitz wrote:Yes, I would go ahead and temporarily uninstall the virtual drives. After doing so, make sure the ElbyCDFL.sys and MxlW2k.sys drivers are no longer present in the Driver File Details Window. Also, remove the broken ASPI installation as well (assuming you don't need it for any system software). Then let us know if that helps. If so, we can begin reinstalling and see where the conflict (if any) truly lies.
ariranha wrote:How can I uninstal the ASPI driver ?
cfitz wrote:French drama indeed... (By the way, what is the origin of that expression? This is the first I have ever heard of it. I take it that the stereotype of a French drama is one with many inexplicable plot twists and turns.)
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