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cd-dvd drive

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#1 landm


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Posted 08 April 2009 - 08:14 AM

my cd-dvd drive is not recognizing any discs when they are inserted. it will play them, but the name does not come up ( it used too)it also will not auto play them automatically ( it used too). i have to click on it and open it up10dc5c3766d5437 instead of the title being cd-dvd drive the title now says dvd- ram drive. it also says that this drive is full when you click on properties, where is says type it only says cd

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 08 April 2009 - 11:00 AM

I noticed that you have a HJT log posted
If you,by chance, happened to have run Combofix, it disables autorun by design.
It is recommended that the option be disabled because of the new virus threats using the autorun.ini file

It is also recommended that you do not make any changes to your computer unless instructed by the HJT team member who is helping you
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