DVD Drives not visible in "My Computer" [Solved] Hi all, I've recently reinstalled windows 7 x64 (build 7057) on my computer, due to irrecoverable issues I've faced before. Although I had no similar problem on the previous windows 7 x64 (build 7057) installation (despite no internet access was available at the time of that install), this time for some reason my DVD and DVD/RW drives are not available in "My Computer". They both do are appear though, in Device Manager under "DVD/CD-ROM drives" tree, though marked with a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark icon. I 've already clicked "Uninstall" on them in Device Manager and then clicked on "Scan for hardware changes" and, as it should, I get a pop-up "Windows is installing drivers" which then fails for both drives and which brings me to the same state with the same yellow icon in Device Manager. I should add that internet was available this time both during windows installation and during the "Windows is installing drivers" phase. Also no drivers are available on the manufacturers' sites neither for the motherboard chipset (l don't think there's the issue) nor for any of the drives. Motherboard chipset is Nvidia Nforce4 ultra, and motherboard model is NF4UK8AA-8EKRS by FoxConn. The two drives as shown in Device Manager are: NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A ATA Device HL-DT-ST DVD-ROM GDR8164B ATA Device (that's an LG drive) I just can't get around this problem and I really don't want to get in the format/reinstal process for the third time, so any help would be really appreciated. Thnx all in advance!