Optical Drive Replacement Tags: DVD Writers Optical Media Storage Last response: September 29, 2012 7:35 PM in Storage Share kay1eb September 29, 2012 6:52:26 PM Hello, I have two sony vaio computers, 1. vgn-fw590 with a bd-rw 2. sve-1511 with a dvd-rw. I wanted to switch optical drives and was successful with the hardware as the connectors were the same. My sve-1511 is now fitted with the blu-ray burner drive. However I am unable to use it. It is recognized by my computer as a device with removable storage but I cannot use it. I have searched for a driver but to no avail. Any suggestions?! Thanks! More about : optical drive replacement noidea_77 a c 80 G Storage September 29, 2012 7:35:27 PM What do you mean by "cannot use it"? It doesn't read or doesn't write? In general you don't need a driver, but a burn software that is compatible with the drive. But that came with the laptops it think? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumAlienware M15X optical drive replacement ForumAlternative replacement for ct21n optical drive ForumReplace Optical drive w/SSD ForumI want to replace my optical drive with a hard drive caddy ForumReplacing IDE optical drive with SATA optical drive . ForumReplacing Optical Drive with something else ! ForumSmall and light gaming laptop with optical drive – possible? ForumAcer Aspire laptop 7750 - optical drive door ForumBought a G73SW, can I replace the optical drive ? ForumReplacing samung laptop optical drive for SSD Forum9.5 mm optical drive in 12.5 mm bay? ForumItunes/ optical drive ForumAsus N55s: Removing optical drive ? ForumOptical drive repair help ForumOptical drive troble ForumReplace Magneto Optical Drive with USB in an embedded system Win-3.1 ForumBest SSD Of 2013, Which is it? ForumBSOD when booting from external IDE drive ForumI can't access external hard drive ForumHow to remove write protection from a USB flash drive More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !