Repair Missing CD-DVD Drive In Windows 7

If for some unknown reason your Windows 7 CD-DVD drive goes missing, then there is a high probably that you tried installing a buggy software which messed up the registry or other Windows files.

Rizone CD-DVD Repair is a small portable utility which can quickly fix missing drives. Apart form the basic functionality it also allows resetting of Autorun settings and protection against Autorun parasites(virus).

The former lets you repair the Autoplay/Autorun settings if for some reason it fails to work, while the latter provides protection against Autorun virus by disabling the Autorun feature for removable drives. The latter option is however useless in Windows 7 since Microsoft have permanently disabled autorun.inf for removable drives in this latest OS.


Windows 7 CD-DVD Repair

Just to be on the safe side, we would recommend unchecking both additional options before clicking Repair CD-DVD. Use the first option only if AutoPlay fails to work, we would however never recommend checking the 2nd option in Windows 7. Please note that this tool requires system reboot.

Download Rizone CD-DVD Repair

It works on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003/2008, and Windows 7.

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  • http://www.rizonetech.com/ Rizonetech

    Thank you for reviewing my utility! Let me know if you have any questions or if you find bugs and stuff.

  • Rune

    Just wants to say thanks for the help this is a awsome program saved me for a lot of work.. :)

  • Gregg DesElms

    Once again this web site suggests in its headline for this story that this is a tool for Win7.

    A visit to the maker’s web site clearly shows that the tool us usable on XP and Vista, as well. In fact, it’s backward compatible to Win2K.

    Why is there so much Win7 arrogance around here?

    PLEASE STOP WRITING IN HEADLINES AND ARTICLES THAT A GIVEN UTILITY OR TOOL OR PROGRAM IS FOR WIN7 WHEN, IN FACT, IT ALSO RUNS ON OTHER WINDOWS VERSIONS.

    Please.

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    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

  • Zisis

    Thank you very much. I ‘ve been looking for a solution for very long time…

  • tate1989

    Thank you so so much. your advice worked

  • RadAs

    Thanks a lot. I would recommend to everyone!

  • dieterz

    Perfect, my own computer guy could not believe it! Repaired in one second!
    THANK YOU!

  • Christ James Bongo

    i followed the instructions,, and when i clicked the DVD drive,, still application not found , any help? T_T