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HP CD-RW writer plus doesn work in Win NT 4.0

HP CD-RW writer plus doesn work in Win NT 4.0

HP CD-RW writer plus doesn work in Win NT 4.0

(OP)
After I installed Win NT 4.0, sp 6a, I cannot write to an HP cd-rw +800  using adaptec easy cd creator 3.5c.  The drive does work as a read-only cd-rom. i applied spooler patch q243649.exe. couldnt find any help at ataptec or ms. I ran the dmacheck.exe and aspichk w/no problems.
Any suggestions.
thnx
steve

RE: HP CD-RW writer plus doesn work in Win NT 4.0

check the HP site for new drivers.

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RE: HP CD-RW writer plus doesn work in Win NT 4.0

(OP)
I did have latest drivers from HP. I did reloaded adaptec cd creator from the HP recover cd (disk 2 \empty) and it found the cd=rw! Originaly i loaded a generic copy of adaptec.  

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