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PCI Simple Comm Controller & Mass Storage Controller drivers: Miss
The problem is that i used a single cable to connect vitsa to the mother board. I am planning to dis-assemble my laptop to manually disconnect the wires connecting the DVD drive to the system but do not have the technical savvy to do so it might complicate the problem more.
May 13, bista 9: After having being on call out to fix this issue on a XP system I now have it on my system which is a 64 bit vista ultima. April 9, at Uninstalled Roxio — nada!
PCI Simple Comm Controller & Mass Storage Controller drivers: Miss | PC Review
Thanks so much for the vsita. April 9, at 7: July 28, at I had this problem on another computer running XP Home, but it was not as dependable as every other bootup. You can use the script in this article or just visit http: August 21, at 1: April 25, at 5: Thus, the FixIt thing does not work. I tried regedit, did not work.
Vista Ultimate SP1 x64 – IDE optical drive shows up in Safely Remove Hardware
June 9, at June 21, at March 30, at 6: April 17, at 7: I have a lap top and so could not disconnect the power to the drive easily. Just reboot in safe mode — google safe mode for your brand of laptoppc then the drive will appear in device manager.
Sleeping and resuming once more doesn’t change anything. I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers, and when booting back into normal mode, it appears to work. We have gone through 2 desktops and 4 laptops in 3 years.
April 27, at 3: April 11, at 2: I solved it dgw120a renameing the registry key SilentInstall to SilentInstall. February 19, at 1: I have searched for weeks on forums, followed all instructions and still no DVD drive detected. April 14, at May 19, at 5: Most fustrated and I have tried everything! Windows Media works fine. This worked for me but the drive disappeared again.
Microsoft is going to make me go over to MAC! But went to try and burn a cd today and lo and behold….