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Did you catch my original Q? Only the Kenwood was stealthier. You could also try booting into Safe Mode, then look in Device Manager for duplicate device information. Technical specs were obtained from the installation guide that came with the drive. The cd rom drive is a sound blaster -Creative-cde.

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May need to restore a previous registry. Unfortunately, we encountered serious problems with our test unit, to the best of our knowledge isolated to the drive’s head assembly. If you can run the cd manually, then the autorun function is hanging it up.


However, all tests involving sequential transfers yielded very competitive performance. Thanks Ski and to creativd you guys for the informationDel. A big plus goes to Creative for including a digital audio-out as well as the standard 4-pin analog audio-out.

Kenwood does not advertise digital audio-out, so no harm, no foul. The cd rom drive is a sound blaster -Creative-cde. While the 72X has what looks like a digital audio-out next to the standard analog out, it is not functional.

Could be bum drive.


I am using Windows 98,I hope you guys have the answer,thanks -Del. NoDriveTypeAutoRun 95 00 00 00 enables autorun Change that value to 00 00 00 00 disables autorun And, maybe, remove auto Insert Notification in the cd-rom system properties. Results 1 to 11 of Join Date Nov Posts 2, It was the coolest-running unit of the roundup, however, staying cool to the touch even during extended use. Its access time is rated at 85ms, with a kb buffer and a standard 1-year warranty. But I repeat myself.

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Did you catch my original Q? If found, delete ALL instances and re-boot. I have changed the data ribbon cable to no avail and checked the power supply cable.

Unfortunately, however, it takes after the Creative fd5230e in sound levels, matching it at full-RPM, whine-for-whine. Connect it to a different power cable, and disable DMA for the drive in Device Manager if it’s enabled. Join Date Nov Posts 2, May be corrupted registry.


Then do a d: Windows will boot up and work ok as long as I don’t load a disk in the CD-rom drive. Because CD-ROM drives are seldom, if ever stressed as extensively and consistently as the access time loop I run the drives through when creativ for noise and heat levels, it is highly unlikely that heat would ever be a concern during cd530e usage. Try using the latest drivers for your MB’s chipset if you have not done so already.


Edit the entry to display the following correct binary value in the Value data box: Then I would shutdown again, replace cable and power and let windows find the drive again.

Creative Cd5230e 52x Max Internal IDE Cd-rom Drive

Also impressive were its heat levels. Glad to creatuve that the drive is working. Anything done just prior this prob? Fortunately its heat levels do not come near matching its sound levels. Again like Kenwood, Toshiba does not list a digital connection in their specs. The drive does become a bit warm to the touch after continuous extended use, but well within normal ranges.