Check the DMA Rest option, now my BIOS sees my DVD/BluRay bruner, but not Windows 10 Pro.
I guess it was a mistake to check that option box in DVD Fab.
How do I fix this.
I know it shouldn't be that difficult but all the links on the Net for this issue doesn't work.
Thanx in advance.
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by the look of things, I can't change it in DVDFab, it's not checked off, it's unchecked, same as it was when i first seen the setting.
Also, this is not a BIOS i wanna mess with, it's very intense, it not a simple one to figure out. So many bells and whistles on this $3800 system.
maybe i will go and check on that Rest DMA check box again, just to see.
Delete "ALL" devices?
I only deleted the devices that looked like they were my DVD/BluRay burner.
Rebooted and still nothing in Windows Explorer.
Do a system restore where the drive was working.I think,therefore i am a hamster.