Standard CD-ROM drives?

  Templar1961 21:52 05 Feb 04

I am trying to identify the CD R/RW drive in my Packard Bell imedia 5206. Right clicking on the drive (in My Computer) and properties brings up the manufacturer as Standard CD-ROM drives? The Packard Bell website click here shows a Philips model CDRW Philips CDD4851 that looks like its the one?

Can this be confirmed without looking inside? I am wanting to check compatibility with Driveimage 7.

  arricarry 21:59 05 Feb 04

Try looking in device manager or system information.

  critic-al 22:02 05 Feb 04

get this AIDA32 - Enterprise System Information
from click here

  Templar1961 22:21 05 Feb 04

Belarc Advisor (similar to AIDA) says:

IDE-CD R/RW 12x8x32

Not much information?

  bloo meeny 22:37 05 Feb 04

If the above didn't get the info you need, you may have to look inside.

If so, look on the rear of the drive for an FCC-ID number click here

This should establish the make & model of the drive for you.

  woodchip 22:38 05 Feb 04

The make will be on top of the drive

  hugh-265156 23:41 05 Feb 04

its a LG/hitachi drive GCE-8240B click here

  hugh-265156 23:43 05 Feb 04

oops! or it could be a philips cdd4851

  hugh-265156 23:46 05 Feb 04 old philips/packard bell cdrw is not identified by aida32 or belarc as woodchip and bloo meeny above,check the label on the drive to be sure.

  Stuartli 08:52 06 Feb 04

When you burn a disk using Nero it names the rewriter being used in the burn panel (as well as a CD/DVD-ROM drive if you use it at the same time).

Howevever, System Information will provide you with the same details - it is a comprehensive, fully detailed and constantly updated analysis of your entire system.

  Stuartli 08:53 06 Feb 04

Most Philips drives are rebadged models from a range of specialist manufacturers over recent years.

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