Ian wrote:What kind of motherboard is it? Does it use an nvidia chipset? Are you using the nvidia IDE drivers?
Have you tried another IDE cable?
Ian wrote:Yeah, it should work in DMA mode. My gut suspicion is that its the VIA drivers. Their IDE drivers are notorious for causing problems with optical drives. I'd look in the Device Manager and see if you're using the Microsoft or VIA IDE drivers.
Scour wrote:Hva eu tried the windows-standard-ide-drivers? Could help
Ian wrote:Yeah, it looks like you're missing a pin. Is it bent in there?
Here's what the back should look like.
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