DVD RW Drives Not seen in w11pro


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DVD RW Drives Not seen in w11pro
Applied Required & Optional updates

Restarted but same

Is a dual boot system w10pro + w11pro
well?


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Can we assume that you can see the DVD-RW drives in Windows 10? Perhaps it's a driver issue, then. See if you can locate either a new or legacy driver for the drive in question and install it.
 

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If you mean that it is detected & shown in Windows 10 then I suggest you compare the Device manager entries in both OS in the hope of identifying a missing Windows 11 driver.

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yes in w10pro all OK, seem ok...

My w11pro system is a hp z440 workstation...

The processor does Not support w11pro but installed w11pro by unsupported solutions that exist on the internet

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Try the suggestions here:

Try this too:
Right click Start>Run & type regedit & click enter, find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Click on this folder - {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} & under the right-hand pane right click on UpperFilters & choose delete. If the filter is named UpperFilters.bak then please do not delete this.
If there is no UpperFilters entry then proceed to delete the LowerFilters entry.
Close regedit & reboot your PC.

If this doesn’t work try this fix by Kapil Arya:

Try these steps:

1. Open the Command Prompt with administrative privileges.

2. Type the following command and hit Enter key:

reg.exe add “HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\atapi\Controller0” /f /v EnumDevice1 /t REG_DWORD /d 0x00000001

3. Exit the Command Prompt and reboot. Insert a disk to test and the optical or DVD drive should be visible now.
 

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Try the suggestions here:

Try this too:
Right click Start>Run & type regedit & click enter, find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
Click on this folder - {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} & under the right-hand pane right click on UpperFilters & choose delete. If the filter is named UpperFilters.bak then please do not delete this.
If there is no UpperFilters entry then proceed to delete the LowerFilters entry.
Close regedit & reboot your PC.

If this doesn’t work try this fix by Kapil Arya:

Try these steps:

1. Open the Command Prompt with administrative privileges.

2. Type the following command and hit Enter key:

reg.exe add “HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\atapi\Controller0” /f /v EnumDevice1 /t REG_DWORD /d 0x00000001

3. Exit the Command Prompt and reboot. Insert a disk to test and the optical or DVD drive should be visible now.
I'm pretty sure it's not Win 11 - I installed Win 11 on a lot older PC and my DVD works fine - in fact I had to burn a DVD to update the bios ..

Almost certainly a driver issue - (as an aside I'm having issues on the T61 with an SSD not being recognised in the bios)
 

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It has nothing to do with your dvd drive, but I'm curious to know why you haven't installed your raid driver. That would be Intel IRST.
 

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Have you restarted the pc?
 

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No are two SATA 3 internal DVD-R/DL Drives, and work in w10pro but do NOT seem in w11pro
 

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For Non USB type -- see if Bios recognises those as Disks in W11 boot, or see if any drivers from W10 can be used on W11.

For USB types - no prob.



No problem here (on Windows 11 25151 pre_release build) Samsung portable USB Multi format DVD drive - old one USB 2 but works perfectly.

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Windows rel

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WENT INSTALL Intel DRIVER
SEE

but getting errors...

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We know absolutely nothing about your hardware as you have not completed your system specs in your profile. It would be helpful if we knew what you're working with here. If it is a brand computer what is the make/model/cpu. If it is a home built computer what is motherboard/cpu/etc

You say you are getting errors on your raid driver but I found your post on MS forum with a screenshot that the raid driver would not install because your platform is not supported.

Yet in screenshot in post 8 above under storage controllers it appears you do have IRST installed. Granted, the raid controller should have nothing to do with optical drives, but we do not know enough about your system to even guess how it is seeing your hardware. For the unidentified device, under 'other devices' right click on the unidentified raid controller-select properties-details tab-There should be PCI/Ven info there. What is it?

In your Windows 11 install, did you install your own drivers or did you let Windows update install them.?

As far as any registry entries pertaining to your optical drives, they should be the same in 11 as they are in 10 since the dvd drives are working in 10.
 

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Yes best thing I'd do is install Driver Booster and only see for *Missing driver or a unknown title one and that's your DVD drive
 

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Do you mean connect an external DVD DRIVE USB??? I WILL TRY SOON - I have a USB external BD-R Burner
 

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I connected External USB 3 BD-R/DVDRW/DVDRDL/CDRW And seems OK --- but Internal DVDRW/CDRW Drives STILL NOT SEEM

Well,...?

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