I don't have any virtual drives installed. I have 6 SCSI hard drives, a
ZIP drive, and a card reader, that's it.
No DVD burning software installed. (just using the built in stuff that
comes with Vista)
No system tools software installed.
I have tried to think of anything I installed that could have any impact
on a CD/DVD drive, but there isn't anything installed but some basic
applications (Office, some media players, etc) and utils (brosers, IM
software, stuff like that).
> On Tue, 13 Feb 2007 12:13:02 -0500, "Michael Price"
> <EmJay_Price@msn.com> wrote:
> I had similar problems until I uninstalled Daemon Tools I would think
> other virtual drives may also cause problems
>> Try the steps in this KB article
>> "dot" <"mediawizrd (at) hotmail (dot) com"> wrote in message
>>> For months the DVD burner in my system was working fine, but in the last
>>> few days it stopped working. Vista detects it and loaded the device
>>> drivers, but it does not initialize the hardware properly. (I always get
>>> error "code 37".) Note that the system does detect that the DVD drive is
>>> there, and the driver does get the model number from the drive. Just to
>>> make sure there wasn't an issue with the hardware, I tried swapping the
>>> DVD drive with a new one, but I get the same problem.
>>> Any suggestions?