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Hi all,

i have some trouble with some ASUS drives and my boards.

I had installed a pc for a friend and i like CDBurnerXP as it is the best, smallest and most logical application. But on that, and on another as well, i have some trouble that no drive is available for creating a data disc, but the drive is available for others like audio disk and copy disk, and it burns.

Here one setting (think it is the same issue on the 2nd pc):

Mainbaord: MSI 785GTM-E45

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800

RAM: 4 GB

OS: Win7 64bit

SATA mode: AHCI

Drive: ASUS DRW-2014L1T

On my second PC the drive is ASUS DRW-24B1LT, also with Win7 64Bit in AHCI mode.

Could find another topic here but i am not sure what exactly to do to bring CDBurnerXP working completly.

Many thanks in advance. Hope someone can tell me what to do.

Loveboat

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Guest Johnnii360

I have got the same problem, if I want to burn a Data-Disc. If I want to copy a cd or dvd, my drive is always present.

I have a LiteOn iHAS324 DVD±RW, shown as ATAPI iHAS 324 B SATA CdRom Device in the Device-Manager.

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Hi,

have you installed your system with AHCI? I believe that this could cause the issue as i remember that all installed OS are usng AHCI mode instead of standard IDE.

Will try it...

Or installing the AHCI driver from maibord vender instead of Windows default.

bye

Loveboat

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Guest Johnnii360

Yes, my System runs in the AHCI-Mode and all actual AMD Drivers are installed.

I actually said: Copy all okay, DataDisc-Burn not. ;)

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Guest Johnnii360

Hello!

The issue is always present.

A firmware update from AL15 to AL18 does have nothing change.

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Guest Barton
Same thing for me. My drive: Samsung SH-S223C. :(

System: Windows 7 64-bit

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P55-UD4

The drive (SH-S223C) is connected to JMicron JMB362 Serial ATA II Host Controller.

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Guest Johnnii360

Nothing changes.

Do you hate the LiteOn iHAS324 DVD±RW (ATAPI iHAS 324 B SATA CdRom Device)?

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Guest psl

Same problem with my new drives LG GH22NS and also older Samsung S203B. Platform AMD, MB Gigabyte M56s (nVidia560).

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