DVD Info needed from an Expert

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Roy Ballew, Apr 6, 2008.

  1. Roy Ballew

    Roy Ballew Guest

    I just added a new HD to my system, (3rd HD). Before putting the new HD in
    I removed the DVD drive letter J:\ so it would be last after all the HD
    drive letters.

    After getting everything set up and giving my DVD it's proper Drive letter
    of L:\, here's the problem.

    I do a lot of movie burning and like the Windows DVD Maker program for the
    Menu choices it offers.

    BUT the problem now is this, when I open the DVD Maker it does not show my
    DVD burner now.

    Does anyone know where in the Registry one might be able to reset this for
    the DVD Maker to be able show it.. or any solution.. and NO I do not want to
    put the DVD in the middle of my HD partitions. and I really hate to have to
    reinstall Vista again....


    Thanks in advance..
     
    Roy Ballew, Apr 6, 2008
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    IkidUnot Guest

    If you were to put the DVD drive back to its original drive letter
    (temporarily, of course), does DVD Maker find the drive?
    I'm not in from of my Vista PC now so I can't check real quick, but can you
    un-install and re-install this component of the OS? If so, then perhaps you
    can re-install it using the drive letter arrangement that you want.
    yes? no?
     
    IkidUnot, Apr 7, 2008
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  3. Roy Ballew

    RJB Guest

    Ok, I just Ghosted my my Vista back to right after I registered it..

    I checked to see what happens when I added various software...

    It is the VirtualDrive 11.6 software causing this...

    After uninstalling VD11.6 the DVD maker won't work either..

    So I had to Ghost back and just leave VD11.6 off..

    Thanks for your input...
     
    RJB, Apr 8, 2008
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