It doesn’t matter what they are, delete them both. Really Lexin Replied on September 12, Closed 4 Dec 18 Worst experience on bid or buy I’ve had. Windows will ask to restart after one of them is removed,. An Item has been added to cart x. Reads All Major Formats,.

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I did solve this problem, but it involved going into the registry and deleting the entries for the value for LowerFilters and UpperFilters completely then rebooting. This seller should be barred.

Don’t restart until you have removed all 4. Dvd1265 site in other languages x. Thanks to another person who posted it on another forum. First, take a copy of your registry. Additionally I got caught up in the ongoing scan scams FrankIacolucci Replied on February 2, Seller Reviews Buyer Feedback for nicbar I repeat the one gentleman’s previous question “Why didn’t Microsoft handle this register problem with an update?

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By dvd126i this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. You might be dvd165i But of course, I need a working CD player. Sorry this didn’t help. Dinner Party Tips Are you excited to throw a dinner party, but terrified at the thought?


You find yourself stranded and lost in the middle of nowhere. Those DVD drives and pretty much any others don’t come with drivers themselves as they rely on the built in drivers in Windows 7 already.

If this can’t be solved I’m rolling back to Windows 7. You will be asked to confirm deletion, but do dvd11265i. Most of us listen to music, even though it might be different kinds of music.

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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Replacement All items sold with a working Guarantee. Go to the little Windows icon in the lower left hand corner of the screen. Right mouse click and choose “run”. And no other files under this file. If its not in the Bios, its not going to work.

Windows will ask to restart after one of them is removed, wait until all 4 are removed, then reboot, otherwise you will be stuck in a loop.


Message 2 of 2. My operating system is Windows 7, 64 bit. In reply to Really Lexin’s post on September 10, DVD drive must show up in Bios to get to work. I do not recommend anyone who is not completely happy editing their registry using this method of correcting the issue as bad things can happen if you play with your registry and don’t know what you’re doing.

Do not worry, after you read this post you will be the hostess with the mostest; your guests are guaranteed to come rushing back! Go to “File”, then “Export”. It’s not even shows in Device manager.