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Guest andrew84uk-guest

I have it installed and have burned disks successfully with Windows 7.

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I have installed CDBurnerXP under Windows 7 (build 7000 with key from M$), but it can not find my Optiarc DVD-RW 7173S SATA drive. With the same BIOS settings, it can find my drive under Windows XP. My other burning device, TEAC CD-W552E is working fine with both operating systems.

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Guest rboyadzhiev1

I have the same issue with my Optiarc DVD RW AD-7560S ATA. Working under Windows XP but not under Windows Vista and Windows 7. :(

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My Samsung SH-S203P SATA is also not found with CDBurnerXP...

hmmm... search for CDBurner7 ;-)

Yesterday i updated it with the latest firmware version. But it will be LOST...

Hope for an update....

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i had simple problem

but now it detect

IF you have burner in ahci mode and the drive is imput to INTEL SATA (in gigabyte matherboard "yellow" )

you have to download from intel site INTEL MATRIX STORAGE MANAGER

http://www.intel.com>work>downloads>chiepset>chiepset software>intelmatrix storage manager

direct link:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product ... 1〈=eng

you have to choose you system and architekture (x32 or x64)

for windows 7 working vista drivers

now you downloading from

Utilities, Tools and Examples

zip file

unpack

go to

my computer

right mouse click in free space>prophets>device menager>IDE ATA/API controler

> NOW you have to find here something like this standard AHCI version 1.0 controller or something other what have in name AHCI >

>right click on it> chose update driver>browse my computer>let me pick>Have disk> FIND unzipped intel matrix storage and choose from there "iaAHCI" > ok > next and after installing restart computer

after restart system will detect all dives again and will install it and after that you have to restart system again

the end:]

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Guest Lincoln

Worked for me too,but I just installed Matrix storage on Windows 7 64 bit,without updateing driver afterwards.Thanks!

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Hi, ...

I have think that CDBurnerXP, have a problem writing on CD/DVD, inside Windows 7 x64 Rc.

But, ... see below = It's not CDBurnerXP.

On the same computer, i have inside by default Windows Vista x64 Premium, but i have upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Rc.

Inside Windows Vista x64 Premium, no problem.

After the Windows 7 upgrade, problem with the CD/DVD writer driver.

= in example inside Windows 7 Rc,

1) Lightscribe software, dont detect the CD/DVD writer.

2) CDBurnerXP make writing bug failure.

3) Media Center, dont write correctly on DVD disk.

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This bug driver, is probably fixed in the final version of Windows 7 build 7600 x64.

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For the moment, i keep Windows Vista Premium SP2 x64.

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Sylvain St-Amand (sst)

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Guest Trix

I have the same problem with

Blu-ray recorder LG GGW-H20L (SATA) - not detected by CDBurnerXP 4.2.7.1893.

Nero 7 detects this drive without problems.

My older DVD-RW LG GSA-4163B (PATA) works fine in both CDBurnerXP 4.2.7.1893 and Nero 7

Looks like the solution from infernovip should help me.

Thanx.

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Guest vdirufgvh

i had not working in win 7 ultimate, after 10 minutes of "copying" to the hard disk, it seems 99 prosent ready, and now it has been doing the work over 19 minutes, still 99 % ready ! wheres the broblemo ?

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Guest GoodNews

The below worked fine for me (Windows 7 Home Premium) when getting reports of no devices detected.

In summary - you just need to install the latest Intel SATA/AHCI drivers.

Download and install INTEL MATRIX STORAGE MANAGER from Intel website.

Right click on My Computer and select Manage, then select Device Manager. Find SATA/AHCI driver, right click and select Uninstall driver. Reboot then reinstall driver - specify location of c:\program files (x86)\Intel\Intel Matrix Storage Manager\driver64

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Guest waynelam

For Windows 7 users,

I tried the Intel Matrix Storage Manager software download directly from Intel website.

It didn't work on Windows 7 coz it said it is incompatible with it. Then i tried to install

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology and it did the trick.

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