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Filter Driver Pxhelp20 Problem

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#1 Ayan_Rome


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Posted 03 August 2007 - 11:25 AM


I was normally useing the Norton Systemworks to clean my HD and suddenly there was a shutdown.

Then Elby Check started to tell me that I had the Filter PXHelp20 curropted and should delete it. OK. Then it told me that I must reinstall it or my CD DVCD Drivers will be like not existing. True. The CD DVD Drive is not listed in Recources.


I have Windows XP.

I tried to reinstall the BIOS and also search for the NEW HARDWARE but nothing. Just can't get it to be found.

Please explain step by step. Thanks !

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#2 oldf@rt


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Posted 03 August 2007 - 01:02 PM

Is the Optical drive listed in your device manager?

To find out click start, right click MyComputer, click Properties, System Properties window will pop up. Click the hardware tab, click the device manager button.

Click the + next to DVD/CD drives, this should show your actual drive.

If the drive shows up,

Highlight the drive, right click and then click uninstall.

once the drive has uninstalled, restart your machine, and see if your drive has returned.

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