Windows 10: Your cd/dvd-rom may not be ready yet

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  1.    20 Nov 2017 #21

    Hi, thanks you all for the info in this thread I had the same problem but with a different Asus motherboard, the B250M-Plus. As with OP, the CD/DVD-rom drive works just fine, but the error message will not stop being display on log in. Well it turns out that instv2load.exe / Loading.exe is ASUS generic driver installer package and it gets called from windows task scheduler every time a user logs in. I haven't been able to fully resolve the CD-DVD driver install/update issue with the program itself, but at least I was able to deactivate the pop-up. So, I've installed the drivers manually and then deactivated the launch of the instv2load / loading.exe program in the task scheduler. No problem since then. I'm leaving this here hoping it might help someone else in the future.
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  2.    16 Dec 2017 #22

    Hey guys, why don't you just delete everything in Windows/Temp directory, or you can delete only this exe file. Worked for me ^^
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