Randy Brown wrote on 3/11/2016, 1:46 PM
Yessir but the only thing listed is "no drive".
xberk wrote on 3/11/2016, 1:55 PM
Found this response from Sony Creative Software for similar problem a few years ago.

In Sony Vegas, Navigate to Options - Preferences - CD Settings and select the option for Skip Drive Database, Auto-detect drive capabilities. Click Apply then OK. Close Vegas. Restart your system. Open Vegas again.
Randy Brown wrote on 3/11/2016, 2:29 PM
Thanks, that is one of the first things I did prior to posting here.
Thanks again,
rs170a wrote on 3/11/2016, 3:04 PM
Randy, I'm curious about this too. I had to replace my C drive because it died and decided to upgrade to Windows 10 at the same time. I tried my CD drive about a week ago and it behaved just like yours :(
Sure hope someone has a solution for us.

Randy Brown wrote on 3/11/2016, 3:28 PM
Just for the heck of it I just uninstalled/reinstalled Vegas but unfortunately that didn't help either.
So Mike, does your drive work fine other than in Vegas?
Randy Brown wrote on 3/14/2016, 3:28 PM
I just emailed support...can anyone tell me about how long it takes for a response nowadays?
zulqar-cheeema wrote on 5/14/2019, 6:59 AM

I too have found I have this issue today. Used to work, but PC crashed late 2019 , and had to re-install every thing. I am sure it worked before, will not grab any audio tracks either. Will see the Drive as a DVD unit but not as a CD drive, odd. This is with VP 12 & 16