I am so very frustrated right now. (As I'm sure everyone on here is) Here's the problem: My D drive was working just fine. The only software I have recently installed was by SanDisk to operate a newly purchased MP3 player. All the software did (I think) was up grade my windows media player to version 10. Now, when I put a CD in here's what happens--The little cd icon appears by the "pointer", I don't hear the disk spinning in the drive, I double click on the D drive icon and it gives me a message stating "Please insert disk into drive D:." when in fact it's already there. Incidentally, when I try to burn off media player it says that no device can be detected. I went to device manager and it says it's there and enabled. If anyone has advice on this it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance for your time and consideration. ;)
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Your Windows drive-letter assignments may have gotten shuffled, perhaps in the course of fiddling with the MP3 device and/or the SanDisk software.
* Right-click on your My Computer icon.
* Choose "Manage" in the resulting context menu.
* In the Computer Management window, double-click on the "Storage" heading.
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