DVD Drive Repair allows you to restore your DVD drive if it is missing from Windows or specific apps fail to recognize it due to hardware issues or a virus. A portable version is also available.
In an instance that Windows fails to recognize your DVD Drive, you could attempt to restore it to a previous state via System Restore, or you might reboot, update the drivers, but all might fail. DVD Drive Repair will cut those unnecessary steps out, allowing you to avoid taking radical measures that are potentially time-consuming - sometimes, keeping it simple is key.
DVD Drive Repair's interface is very easy-to-navigate and permits you to perform the included actions in a limited number of steps. There is no editing of registry keys or other overly complicated settings required to fix your DVD Drive issues. Click the Repair DVD Drive button, reboot your machine and verify if the problem has been fixed.
With any repairs such as this, it is always advised to create a restore point. DVD Drive Repair provides you with a quick link inside the tools drop-down menu for rapid deployment. It also provides a link to update the firmware for the drive.