A driver (service) for this device has been disabled. An alternate driver may be providing this functionality. (Code 32)
No drive letter show in device manager, and the DVD/CD drive is unusable because it couldn't be seen. This all happened, when I starting using a new, external USB hard drive from Buffalo. I have Win-7 64bit. Everything else looks to be working fine.
I even tried to hook up, and external DVD that had worked fine in the past. Just too slow and ate up memory, so I never used it. It tries to use the same drives, and when you click to update drivers, it says this is the best one.
Even if I want to use the factory win 7 re-installation DVD, How could I? I've got no drive to install it from in this situation. I am lost here, and Buffalo tech was of no help at all. Just said that he could not help.
Any help would be much appreciated.