I bought a external USB ASUS SBW-06D2X Blu ray in several month ago.
At beginning, my NUC can detect blu ray device and show it in File manager after plug-in it.
However, after several updates (BIOS, software, ...), once day I tried to plug it in to my NUC, my NUC can't find it.
I mean, Blu ray device doesn't appear in file manager and there is no yellow bang device in device manager.
Then I tried to connect Blu ray device to another PC, another PC can recognize it and see it in File manager. So I think Blu ray device itself is fine.
I also checked that USB port is okay on my NUC because USB flash disk can be recognized on the same port.
Do you have any idea why USB blu ray player is not recognized now?
Thanks in advanced.
-- Damon Hsieh
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I see that you are having problems with the system to recognize the external USB ASUS SBW-06D2X-U, allow me to help you with this investigation.
Could you provide me with BIOS version that you had on your system when the external unit was recognized?
Could you let me know what BIOS version have you tested with the unit?
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Thanks for your reply.
For your questions:
1) Could you provide me with BIOS version that you had on your system when the external unit was recognized?
Sorry, I can't remember that.
2) Could you let me know what BIOS version have you tested with the unit?
I only know the current BIOS version which should be mentioned in attached file.
Thank you for your response
I would like to verify if the USB device has any lights when it is connected to the NUC?
Could you try to set the default BIOS settings with F9? if have a RAID build once you complete the default BIOS settings, go again into BIOS and set the SATA mode in RAID before going into the OS.
Yes, the light of Blu ray machine in ON. And press eject button is also fine.
I tried to press F9 in BIOS to load default but it didn't work.
Thank you for your response.
Could you let me know when the last time was he was able to use the unit successfully?
How many BIOS updates he has performed to the NUC? If you remember.
I was checking your case and would like to know if you need further help. If so, please do not hesitate in replying back.
Sorry for late reply.
I think it may be 2 or 3 month ago when I saw it works.
Regarding to the BIOS update, maybe it's one or two time(s).
I just found a similar issue on Internet.
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-hardware/optic-drive-no-longer-recogniz... Optic Drive No Longer Recognized in Windows 8.1 - Microsoft Community
I found "initio default controller" in Device Manager and then updated driver and selected device as "mass storage device".
Now my blu ray device comes back.
Anyway, thanks for your help to check this.