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  1. #21
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    DO NOT BUY A NEW DRIVE
    Why this information is not easy to find is beyond me.
    Try this:

    Device Manager
    IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers
    >right click
    Primary IDE Channel (I do secondary as well)
    Properties
    Advanced Settings
    Transfer Mode
    >Change from DMA to PIO

    This worked for me both times this problem cropped up.
    Don't know why so many "EXPERT" sites never have an answer for this common problem.

    Quit telling people to buy new drives when you don't know what's wrong.

  2. #22
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    Thumbs down WHAT IF ITS SATA

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM WITH TWO OF MY DRIVES AND FOUND THE SAME SOLUTION BUT PROBLEM WAS IT WAS SATA AMD NOT IDE SO THIS WOULDNT WORK AND THERE IS NO SIMILAR SETTING WWHEN CLICKING ON THESE DRIVES.

  3. #23
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    Hi Hello I have the SAME Problem. " Please Insert the disk in to Drive E: " etc. I am using Windows 7. I just upgrade to Professional form Premium,
    Now after i installed i am facing this problem.
    Some DVD's and CD;s work. But some doesn't work and pop up the alert Please insert the Disk in Drive E"

    Is their any Bug or some Windows Defender problem that causes some DVD's or CD;s not to read form DVD rom Drive.

    thanks

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