First post on this forum, so please be gentle
Until recently I had a problem where I was unable to burn cd’s or dvd’s from Vista Media Centre, or Media Player or file explorer, BUT I was able to burn using Nero.
The entry in Device manager for my DVD drive was:
HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GSA-H22N SCSI CdROM Device
Then I followed some advice and did the following:
I went into Control Panel-Programs and Features and removed the JMB36X entry by clicking on “Change”.
When the PC restarted everything seemed to be now working and I am very happy.
Now the entry in Device Manager for my DVD drive is:
HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GSA-H22N ATA Device
and the entry for JMICRON has been removed from the Storage Controllers.
Here is my question to all of you gurus Is this solution good, or have I sacrificed some crucial functionality/performance by changing my DVD drive to an ATA device?
I have one DVD drive and one hard disk drive (also listed as an ATA device). When, and if, you answer please assume that I am clueless :o