Reply to black_ws6
c: (local disk) d: (cdr) e: (dvdr) it makes now diffence what drive letter you assign it, it still won't show my computer i have come across you problem before. Thanks for you input
Reply to Makaveli213
all drivers have been removed an re-installed with latest version (where possible) legacy support is enabled in the bios as is all other related bios settings, it not an issue with the device being reconised in windows, this works fine and you can safley remove hardware.
This happens with all usb devices that require a drive letter allocated ie: mass storage devices, card readers ect.
sorry for the late reply iv been away for the weekend
I appreciate your help on this matter