I can't find any info on that drive, but from the model number I suspect it might be a Panasonic Interface, which must be connected to a controller on the sound card. I could easily be wrong, just taking a guess...
I have an old 2X CD ROM that does the same thing, and I've never been able to find out why. Plug it in and I get mothing at all, unplug it and the computer works perfect. Could be a BIOS setting I haven't tried yet, but I've been trying this drive on older computers with Phoenix BIOS and I can't get setup disks, so I have very limited control over BIOS settings.
Check your BIOS and see if you can disable DMA for the CD ROM drive, that might help. Disabling LBA might also be worth a try.
Stay tuned, someone else may have other good ideas...
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