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HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT32N internal

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hi,

i have a notebook acer aspire 5552 with an HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT32N internal drive.

according to your list, it should work - but it isn`t recognized by the programm...?!

i have win 7 home 64bit, serial-ata

any hint what i could do to make it work...? :)

i love your prog - don´t want to change to nero or something else.....

thanx,

marty

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hi,

i have a notebook acer aspire 5552 with an HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT32N internal drive.

according to your list, it should work - but it isn`t recognized by the programm...?!

i have win 7 home 64bit, serial-ata

any hint what i could do to make it work...? :)

i love your prog - don´t want to change to nero or something else.....

thanx,

marty

Hi

I'm hawe the same problem with a msi cr630 . DVD unit HW ID SCSI\CdRomHL-DT-STDVDRAM_GT32N____AS00

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Guest pman

Hi, I have got a Dell Studio Notebook with a similar C/DVD-drive (with DVD-RAM support), and I've had the same problem.

I installed - as adviced on the CDBurnerXP-homepage - the "Intel Matrix storage manager", and it worked. No problem anymore.

Lovely regards,

and goold luck.

pman.

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