Did you apply this fix and did it work for you?
I had what sounds like the same problem. Everything was working fine
with my CD/DVD drive until I connected my iPod for the first time. The
iPod was assigned the E drive letter which is used by the CD/DVD
drive. This happened to me on my old XP machine and all I had to do
was change the drive letter and I was back in business. Not with
Vista! After I changed the drive letter for the iPod, the CD/DVD
drive was not detected although it shows in the device manager. It
sounds like this would be a fix for me though I'm a little scared of
messing around with the registry.
On Fri, 16 Nov 2007 10:15:44 -0500, LouB <LouB@invalid.com> wrote:
>Mike Hall - MVP wrote:
>> Follow the instructions on this web site and your optical drives will
>> come back to you..