I did this with some other similar dics i had also burned, and had no problem.
But the autoplay thing kept popping up asking me what i wantwed to do, and it started to annoy me so I either clicked 'open folder to view files' or 'don't do anything' . I can't quite remember, but I've told the autoplay to do that with other cd's before with no problem.
When it came to inserting the next disc, nothing happened. I could put it in but when I go to the disc d: drive it has no files in there, I don't even hear it spinning up a storm like i normally hear it do when it's working..
So I tried with an audio cd i bought a while ago. I used to cd drive with the same cd a few days ago, so I knew it worked with that disc. But I stil had the problem with it not being detected so I wasn't able to play the music on the cd.
I right-clicked on the cd drive and changed the autopplay settings for all file types to prompt me. But it still doesn't work.
I restored the computer back to yesterday.
I turned the computer off by the mains.
I uninstalled the cd hardware, and reinstalled when windows detcted it after a restart.
I tried the fix thing on windows site with the upper and lower filter things [both the automatic fix and manual fix]..
Device manager sees no problem.
I'm also wondering if the location is right because it says Location 0 (0).. because I'm not sure it used to say the extra (0). but maybe I'm wrong.
I've also noticed that in properties for the cd drive it says file system unknown.. could this have something to do with it?
But I would really appreciate some help please.
Edited by FunkyChicka, 12 April 2009 - 01:50 PM.