Why Windows Explorer shows more than 1 DVD Drives Tags: Windows Explorer DVD Drives Windows XP Last response: October 19, 2010 3:54 PM in Windows XP Share masood253 October 19, 2010 9:19:07 AM Why Windows Explorer shows more than 1 DVD Drives and how to remove extra drives. Thanks much. More about : windows explorer shows dvd drives hang-the-9 October 19, 2010 3:54:03 PM Do you have a virtual drive softare installed? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Only 1 of my 3 DVD drives shows in Windows 7... Forum problem opening more than 1 windows explorer Forum SolvedReplace windows 7 with 8.1 on a drive with more than just the OS on it? Forum Why have more than one all purpose read write cd/dvd drive? Forum SolvedWhy not working ( Showing) DVD Drive in Windows 8? Forum why my Memory shows more memory than i installed.? Forum I\'m running vista. windows explorer does not show my dvd drive Forum SolvedCan I install windows 8.1 on more than one computer? Forum SolvedWhy is this 1-fan GTX 770 $40 more expensive than the 2 fan? Forum Solved2 HDDs identical, copied all data, 1 shows more than other? Forum Internal HD Drive (D) shows nearly half full in Properties & (My) Computer but empty in Windows Explorer! Forum SolvedWINRE_DRV is showing as a G: drive on the windows file explorer Forum why WD green 3TB shows capacity as less than 1TB Forum Why 32 bit Windows 7 can't support more than 4 GB of RAM? Forum SolvedWhy is this 1.5gb gtx580 more expensive than the 3gb version? Forum Is there any solid proof that windows 8(.1) users will get windows 9? If not, will win9 be more expensive than win8? Forum SolvedWill Windows 8.1 be better than 8 for FX 8350? Gaming Performance, more cores utilized etc? Forum my external Drives, and SD cards show in Device managements but not windows explorer. I can still use the drives. Forum SolvedWhy is my Kingston v300 SSD slower after less than a month? Windows Index for disk transfer down from 8.1 to 8.0 Forum SolvedDvd drive on windows 8.1 doesn't work Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !