Ok. This has probably been rehashed over elsewhere.
I could’ve swore I’d read about it, but anywho…
Situation is I had a SCSI 8x writer. It went bad. I picked up a Lite-On 24x…
Well now I’d dealt with other problems (Dead first drive-now replaced with another working one) and all’s really looking fine.
I can read CDs,both regulars, and CD-R’s, no problem.
But some of the SW’s isn’t recognizing this new drive.
DiscJuggler sees the drive fine… (although it’s got a maximum speed of 20x in it’s selections…) and burns ok.
CDRWin I believe is a “version” issue. I think Lite-on’s not recog’d by my current version. I haven’t updated it in awhile. Will do that in a bit.
Nero though, is the puzzler.
I’ve had the latest installed… 220.127.116.11.
Supposedly that should be able to work. (Plus, my lite-on came with a Lite-on specific CD… but that was 18.104.22.168 so didn’t bother with that one).
All other functions with the drive appear to be fine. ASPI layer is technically the newest. I’d thrown on version 4.6 (Win2K) and that’s fine.
So am unsure why Nero would not read it. The only thing that comes up is the “virtual device” image recorder…
The recorder’s the Master on my 2nd IDE channel (a DVD-rom is the slave on the same channel).
Anywho, after I send this note, will uninstall and reinstall Nero from scratch. other than that, any suggestions??