Posted 09 May 2011 - 12:19 PM
As Louis has posted, these drivers are native to the Windows operating system. But it should also be pointed out that circumstances can cause these drivers to become damaged or corrupted. The operating system keeps copies of these drivers in the event that they need to be replaced. Unfortunately you haven't posted the operating system which you are using, so I can only provide you with rather generic instructions.
To uninstall the drivers for the DVD/CD-ROM you will need to open the Device Manager. If you are using Windows you can access the Device Manager by going to Start> Run, and type in devmgmt.msc and then press Enter.
Scroll down the list till you see DVD/CD-ROM, click on the + to expand the tree, double click on your optical drive. The page that opens will have tabs across the top, click on Driver. Once that page opens there will be an option to uninstall the driver, click on this and reboot your computer. The installation wizard will open a message to let you know that it has found new hardware. It will then locate and install the proper driver.
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