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  1. Listen... I've just thought - if I'll install ImgBurn or Ashampoo burner or anything else - will it help? Will the drive show up in My Computer folder just because it's a recheck for it?
  2. That means that the missing DVD drive is a problem from Windows 98 era?! So please learn that Windows 10 is COMPLETELY different OS!! I get confused with it all around!! ...and (imp.!!) do the HDD defrags once a week!!
  3. Wow... what is "a repair install of the OS may be needed"?! And where is Microsoft hotfix under Windows 10 for this?!
  4. I hate SFC / scannow command. Two, there are NO official Microsoft hotfix for that issue under Windows 10. Three, I'll do mentioned operations and I'll call back here ...
  5. So it's you guys saying it isn't about Defraggler? - it's the OS update to 1803? This problem is common to Windows 7 as well... they have a hotfix official file from Microsoft to Windows 7, but not to Windows 10 yet (or I didn't find).
  6. I've accessed the Device Manager through Run... I cannot see my NEC DVD drive there - it is simply wiped out from it by your software! Will the Defraggler uninstall work? ...I can't install what is needed now! I need the drive!
  7. My last Windows 10 update hided out the Device Manager somewhere. When I hit Start > Search > typing Device... won't show the Device Manager. Yes... I've used the Defraggler right after it install and it wiped out my NEC DVD drive from My Computer and the Device Manager both!
  8. No, I can't see it there. It is wiped out from there somewhere (I did the check before the update). The last OS update did the hide of the Device Manager. Should look for it, by the way.
  9. Installed Defraggler right after OS re-install (Windows 10 32 Home) - can't see my NEC dvd drive at My Computer! ...I can't use it! I need my drive to install games. It is seen by my BIOS at the start-up, not working from OS field.
  10. Right click ticked boxes ==> Keep / Add to Exclude. This should work. :-)
  11. Firstly, remove it from "Keep" folder. Step two: you should exit all macromedia products and internet browsers. Try Ctrl+Alt+Delete to see if something is running that should be off. Now, use CCleaner to clean-up cookies. It should work now. Otherwise, use Auslogics Browser Care, it's freeware: http://www.auslogics...e/browser-care/ P.S. You can try cleaning in Safe Mode of your OS.
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