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jasondhsd

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  1. Had a similar problem I just posted about, I found a work around by switching from AHCI to Native IDE in my bios. Then I was able to see my burning in CDburnXP.
  2. Well heck, switching to Native IDE in the bios did the trick and I confirmed by switching back to AHCI and now it says No Compatible Device found again. Guess I'll have to leave it at Native IDE, hopefully there won't be any performance hits. In case it matters the AHCI driver I'm using is 'Standard AHCI 1.0 Serial ATA Controller' version 6.1.7600.16385. I remember with Vista 64bit I was using an ATI driver for AHCI but I got it from a Catalyst driver package I downloaded for my ATI card, can't seem to find that driver anymore. I will look in the older versions of the catalyst packages to
  3. I can't seem to get this to work with Windows 7, I was using Vista Ultimate x64 without any issues. I tried running in compatibility mode, administrator, etc. I read the other thread where the device shows up if they try to do an audio cd but I can't even get that. My burner is on the compatible list Lite-On DVDRW LH-20A1L. The native windows burning works fine. I'm running AMD x2 with 690v chipset. All drivers are up-to-date and I'm running sata controller in AHCI. Although after this post I'm going to switch to Native IDE to see if that makes a difference.
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