Windows 10: Burning to cd Solved

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  1.    24 Aug 2015 #31

    I've got two of both ATA Channels 0 and 1. Should I uninstall all of them? I do not have any listing for an Unknown Device. If I uninstall the above and it does not cure the problem can I reinstall them? And what do these devices do? I'm so grateful for all the help I'm getting. This is a great forum.
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  2. Posts : 192
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       25 Aug 2015 #32

    They will be reinstalled when you restart the machine. Yes , uninstall all of them. You should only have one of each and having 2 may be the problem. They are the things responsible for detecting and running connected drives.
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  3.    26 Aug 2015 #33

    Dch48, you're the man!


    Yippee! The drive is back. Uninstalled as suggested, restarted, and drive is there.
    Thanks so much guys for all your help, made a 70 year old novice very happy. Now all I've got to do is remember what I wanted to use the drive for .
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  4. Posts : 192
    Windows 10 Home 64 bit
       26 Aug 2015 #34

    longdog said: View Post
    Yippee! The drive is back. Uninstalled as suggested, restarted, and drive is there.
    Thanks so much guys for all your help, made a 70 year old novice very happy. Now all I've got to do is remember what I wanted to use the drive for .
    Glad I could help and happy you're up and running now.
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