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Thread: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

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    <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    Hi folks,

    Firstly, I was engrossed with CD Ripper, and a message (something like "Congratulations, 1000 CDs ripped, press enter
    to go blah blah blah". So I waited a while, and the message said some like "Don't press this, I'm working!". Fine, I thought,
    and waited. I resumed ripping the CDs

    Then CD Ripper stopped, and then started (say a second) . This widened to to several minutes and then it stopped
    for half an hour. Now it stops working at all.

    I get <No CD drive...> and the icon [with the CD drive] is gray.

    file:///C:/Users/ndh/Desktop/CDRipper-no-disc.png

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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    Quote Originally Posted by NickHammond View Post
    file:///C:/Users/ndh/Desktop/CDRipper-no-disc.png
    We will never see your screenshot, because you tried to link a local file, which can't be accessed via internet.

    BTT: I guess your CD drive died. Can you still play Audio CDs?


    Dat Ei

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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    Quote Originally Posted by NickHammond View Post
    Hi folks,

    Firstly, I was engrossed with CD Ripper, and a message (something like "Congratulations, 1000 CDs ripped, press enter
    to go blah blah blah". So I waited a while, and the message said some like "Don't press this, I'm working!". Fine, I thought,
    and waited. I resumed ripping the CDs

    Then CD Ripper stopped, and then started (say a second) . This widened to to several minutes and then it stopped
    for half an hour. Now it stops working at all.

    I get <No CD drive...> and the icon [with the CD drive] is gray.

    file:///C:/Users/ndh/Desktop/CDRipper-no-disc.png
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Yes, I had trouble with the paperclip icon, but if you note I said "I get <No CD drive...> and the icon [with the CD drive] is gray. ",
    which is the point. No, the CD drive is fine - apart from the CD Ripper!

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    Da Man
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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    Try a full restart of the computer (full shut down).

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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Ei View Post
    We will never see your screenshot, because you tried to link a local file, which can't be accessed via internet.

    BTT: I guess your CD drive died. Can you still play Audio CDs?


    Dat Ei
    Hi Dat Ei,

    On the laptop I tried, but I don't think DVD/CD is alive. On my desktop I checked that the DVD/CD is alright, so I think you're right in
    your assumption. Oh well.

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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    On your desktop shut down. Unplug dvd/cd drive then restart computer. Shut down your computer then reconnect your dvd/cd drive and restart.

    See if that helps.

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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    Quote Originally Posted by thexfile View Post
    On your desktop shut down. Unplug dvd/cd drive then restart computer. Shut down your computer then reconnect your dvd/cd drive and restart.

    See if that helps.
    I tried it, but no dice. Pity, worth a try.

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    Re: <No CD Drive> after 1,000+ CDs

    You're sure that on the CD ripping page, lower left-hand side of screen, you've selected the correct drive in the dropdown menu?

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