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TSSTCorp CDDVDW TS-L633N ATA Device not detected in WIN7

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Guest Basan

Hello,

TSSTCorp CDDVDW TS-L633N Device not detected.

Using Windows 7. Other CD burning software (namely Koyotesoft Free Easy CD DVD Burner) detects the drive.

Thank you.

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Guest Angesori

I'm using TSSTCorp TS-L633M with Windows 7 and suffering from the same problem.

I cannot burn DVDs with CDBurnerXP but other programs such as ImgBurn burns well.

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Guest Alce

The same problem with:

TSSTCorp CDDVDW TS-L633L ATA Device

not detected in WIN7 too!!

Any solution???

Thank

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Guest Basan

Updated to version Version 4.3.0.2064 from version 4.2.7.1893 (version 4.3.0.1977 is said to have and pudated NumediaSoft burning library which should provide a better device detection on Win7).

Still no luck for my TSSTCorp CDDVDW TS-L633N though.

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Guest gorillale

I have same problem, "No Drives detecded"

Win 7 Ultimate German.

When i switch to AHCI Drive handling, no drives wil be see.

Otherwise my 2 cdroms would be see.

Plextor PX-810SA

LietOn

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Guest Momo23

Optical Drive (CD/DVD): HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH22NS40 ATA Device --> LG GH22** series generic

similar to this LG lg-optische-laufwerke-GH22NP-3-4view-large.png

on Win 7 Home Premium (as Upgrade from Vista Home Premium, where CDBurnerXP worked properly).

The CD/DVD drive is not recognized since Win7 installed on a

Motherboard 64-0100-000001-00101111-042809-ATHLON64$1ADWY003

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Guest Teo

Same Problem with the TSSTCorp TS-L633A (ASUS Notebook) - In some boards I've read about updating the firmware of the drive. But alle source I tried doesn't work with my burner... Because there is no solution I'm forced to use antother burning software. Very sad. Under Windows Vista and XP there was never a problem like this with CD Burner XP :'(

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Guest Teo9

Express Burn works fine under Win7 with the Drive. So whats the Problem with CD Burner XP?

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Guest tuga

I have also the same problem with CDDVDW TS-L633N ATA, but the strange thing is that if you try to burn a ISO image it will detect the drive and it will burn. But if you try to make a Data Disc it will not detect the drive.

Any help would be appreciate.

Thanks

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Guest Basan

"I have also the same problem with CDDVDW TS-L633N ATA, but the strange thing is that if you try to burn a ISO image it will detect the drive and it will burn. But if you try to make a Data Disc it will not detect the drive."

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This is also the case with my TSSTCorp CDDVDW TS-L633N.

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Guest Basan

Also, my TSSTCorp CDDVDW TS-L633N drive is also recognised when burning audio discs. Just not data discs.

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I have a LG GH22** burner, Windows 7 64 bits and a Gigabyte motherborad and AIHC mode active. I have the same problem, CDBurnerXP doesn't detect the driver.

I try to instal de Intel Storage Driver, but when I try to install, I get the error that my system doesn't have the requierments needed. I install the SATA and AIHC drivers too, but I am not able to solve the problem.

When I have disabled the AIHC mode I don't have any problem.

Any solution?

Thanks.

Daimroc.

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Guest

I have a TSSTcorp TS-H653G and have the same problem, the drive is recognised when burning Audio, but not data.

I have Windows 7 Premium (64-bit) in a standard Dell Inspiron 570 with an AMD Athlon II X3 435(2.9GHz,1.5MB) and AMD motherboard chipset AMD 785G. Drives all connected via SATA.

Any solutions?

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Guest Philippe Balogh

The same problem: the Optiarc AD-7170S worked fine with Windows XP and AHCI turned off. Now I've switched to Windows 7 and AHCI on the same system because of the newly installed SSD disk. Burning audio disks, copying a CD and burning an ISO file is working but burning a data compilation isn't possible: no compatible drive. Going back to the slow compatibility mode is no solution for me.

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Guest CoproActivationMailLost

Same problem here with 32 Bit Windows 7 Home Premium and a HP branded hp CDDVDW TS-L633N ATA Device in a G62 notebook.

Burn4Free recognizes the drive as CDDVDW TS-L633N 0300

Tried starting CDBurnerXP with admin rights so far.

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Guest phlug

Hello,

I have the same Problem here. I have read and accomplished the FAQ.

Win 7 Pro, 64 Bit, Windows detects the drive (buring with the Explorer works), AMD Phenom

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Guest fatrod

Finally found a solution that worked for me.

My SATA controller was using the default microsoft driver installed with win7.

I just had to install the nvidia chipset drivers, specifically the SMU and storage driver and now my drive is detected.

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Guest edockx

I had a similar problem with my HP laptop after I did a clean install of Windows 7.

The laptop has the CDDVDW TS-L633N drive, which is listed as being compatible: http://cdburnerxp.se/testeddrives.php?search=cddvdw

After reading fatrod's post I looked around a bit more and stumbled on this page: http://cdburnerxp.se/help/appendices/troubleshooting

It mentions the Intel Matrix Storage Manager and I went ahead and installed it, as I seemed to have forgotten that one when I reinstalled Windows. Of course I have an Intel chipset, not nVidia like fatrod.

After installation of those drivers and a couple of reboots, I can burn cd's without any problem.

I hope this solution will help others as well.

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Guest PXAbstraction

Same problem here with the TS-L633R which is an HP branded drive that came in my work laptop which is a ProBook 6555B. This model drive has been around for quite some time. Any known reason why it doesn't work? I'm running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit.

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