This issue could be caused by some software compilation, which is related to Windows 10, but if disc drive disappears after some time of using Windows 10, the problem might be hardware-related.Anyway, I prepared solutions for both cases, so check them below.One of the common complaints I have encountered among users is the loss of their DVD or CD drive after upgrading.This can be a result of a combination of factors: corrupt driver, out of date firmware, or a factory defect.So, I found some solutions for these reported issues, and I hope they’ll be helpful.
But if your drive is detected by BIOS than the problem is software-related, so check some of the following solutions.
Before you throw out your DVD drive and get a new one, here is a look at some troubleshooting steps you can try to get it working again.
It’s not unusual for your optical drive to be working just fine in a previous version of Windows or Windows 10, then the minute you upgrade to a new version, it stops working.
This might make you feel old, but CD/DVD drives are now considered legacy hardware.
As Windows 10 continues to modernize the operating system, support for such older hardware technology as optical drives is becoming increasingly spotty.