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You sure can. Just right click on my computer and click on manage. Locate and click on device manager. Find DVD/CD drives and it will be listed as a SCSI drive. Highlight SCSI and right click. At this point you can disable. Problem solved
Same problem, but been unable to resolve - after trying disabling the SCSI drives, then trying Y.A.S.U., even after going in via safe mode to remove SCSI drives & removing all traces I could find in the registry of same in HKEY Hardware, etc., I still can't run most of my 100+ games that I have on their original CDROMS: all of COD, Lego Star Wars I & II, B&W2, Most of the Harry Potter and other EA games, etc., etc.
It appears the only choice I have left is to completely wipe my Hard Drive and start over..... has anyone else out there experienced something the same and found a happier way back?