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Thread: Problems with computer not recognising that a DVD/CD is in drive??!

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    Default Problems with computer not recognising that a DVD/CD is in drive??!

    Hi-apologies if this is in the wrong place!

    When I put ANY media in my Pioneer DVR-110 I used to get the windows 'box' saying 'do you want to play this cd/burn, etc...' this now does not appear at all.

    So say, for example I put a CD in that I'd just copied & wanted to play it to check it (or any media for that matter!) I don't get the 'box' appearing to allow me to do this.

    However-if i go in to 'my computer' & click on 'dvd drive d' it SHOWS the tracks are there!!

    Same with my many DVD programmes such as DVD Shrink, imageburn, cdxp, etc...so i can copy, etc but find this a bit strange! Now I don't as a rule use the computer to play movies/cd's (just burn them!) but wondered if you knowledgable folks new of a solution or a setting i could change??! It produced the 'window' up until yesterday & nothings changed on the system since then. Should I try 'system restore' & go back to yesterday?? I'm on XP by the way....any answers in baby language as I'm a newbie!

    Thanks!

    Kind regards,

    Chris

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