I’m having a problem:
On most Windows XP computers, I observe the following:
[li]In “My Computer”, for every CD/DVD drive, for the disc currently inside, the correct icon and label is displayed, along with the size of the disc.
[/li][li]When an explorer window is in a folder inside a CD/DVD, and the disc is ejected, the explorer window closes.
On my computer, things are not working so well:
[li]In “My Computer”, for every CD/DVD drive, the icon and label displayed are that of the disc that was in when Windows started (or the default icon and label if no disc was in) - changing the disc or removing it doesn’t change that (even after a refresh with F5). The size displayed is size of the current disc, though.
[/li][li]When an explorer window is in a folder inside a CD/DVD, and the disc is ejected, the explorer window remains open, and when trying to do something in that window afterwards, Windows complains there is no media.
I looked around a bit, and read that such problems have to do with the automatic insert notification (AutoRun, etc.). Yet, I played a lot with those settings (in TweakUI, the registry, drive properties, and group policy), and although I can control whether AutoRun will start or not, it doesn’t affect the described behaviour.
This behaviour is the same with both my two physical drives (a TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-M1712, and a LITEON CD-RW LTR-52246S) and my two virtual drives (which I can eject and load using the utility program - DaemonTools or Alcohol 120%).
Any ideas? Attached is the output of Nero InfoTool on this computer, just in case it may help.