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Reply Walter says: April 12, 2009 at 9:22 am I can use the DVD but not the CD. Then When I Use CHKDSK It works... Reboot your Computer. Then I found this, and it worked well. have a peek here

View 3 Replies View Related Screen Shots When Putting Curser Over Taskbar Not Work Nov 23, 2009 For some reason... Check on Google for more information related to that. Martin Reply Enigma says: April 27, 2009 at 7:21 am Same problem with Brand new dvd/cd rom player. The connector on the cable usually has a "Cable Key" that locates in the notch of the socket, and sometimes has a blanked off hole that corresponds with the missing pin:

what do I do now?? Still running XP did not do the Vista upgrade. And for some odd reason it WILL read DVDs. This should not be happening on a QuadCore system with a high-performance cooler.

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  • Read our Case Study LVL 38 Overall: Level 38 Windows XP 14 PCs 4 Message Active today Expert Comment by:BillDL ID: 370447662011-10-28 Yep, a blank DVD won't be recognised in
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  • Reply Hate MS now says: July 4, 2009 at 3:31 pm This link is provided by a Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) I did not found the solution but I
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If I leave the disc in and let Windows boot up again, the computer crashes after sitting on the login screen for ~10 seconds. Very little left that I could think of trying. The SP2 update screwed EVERYONE. Reply Hate MS now says: July 4, 2009 at 3:31 pm This link is provided by a Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) I did not found the solution but I

Regards, Peter Young Reply srinu says: April 15, 2009 at 5:42 pm hi, my dvd drive not detecting any cd or dvd. How about you just ship me a nice, free beta version of Windows 7.0? And I think its pretty unreasonable to assume that we all have ‘broken' DVD drives. I have tried almost everything.

Everything worked fine until I installed a CD emulator. Reply Jeff L says: May 9, 2009 at 8:30 pm One more. Type "regedit" (without the quotes). Windows would always think that any CD inserted was a blank one and you could not explore the CD.

I kept moving the trackball on my Logitech Wireless Trackball M570 and the computer restarted and I was able to re-enter Windows. It detected my Vista installation but I reformatted and did a clean install. keeps blinking and i cant take the disk out. Reply ash says: May 11, 2009 at 7:12 pm Jo Agee, that "solution" is really no different then just deleting the upper and lower registry entries - which has not resolved

I can upload/access any type of data CD but not a DVD or audio CD or burn any type of media. navigate here Software-Other PCs Windows 7 Advertise Here 856 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. turn it off again and then turn it back on (esp for older os users) shut down attach the power cables tot eh opticals. After solution 3, my computer refused to start up.

So I really can't tell ya what has been changed. You have to create a file in notepad, copy and paste the entry, save it according to his instructions. rebooted and everything worked.. went into bios default - but it had 2 options "load fail-safe default" and "load optimal default" - so which one of these do i do?further info:my computer(computer 1): intel (R)

Also, burner “Properties” indicates the device is working properly. The laptop is restarting in a continuous cycle and now I can't even take those files to burn on another computer. View 2 Replies View Related Home Submit Resource Tracker Forum Advance Search Privacy Policy| Terms of Use & Service| Contact Us| Copyrights Notice Copyrights 2005-15, All rights reserved

There are no DMP files included in the upload please try this method We do need the DMP file as it contains the only record of the sequence of events leading

Reply Jack says: June 6, 2009 at 9:49 am Hi, Still no luck ,can't delete reg.sorry regard jack Reply camille woods says: June 7, 2009 Type Controller0 and press Enter. Right-Click "C:\Windows\INF\cdrom.inf" and choose "Install". Now my pc won't read CDs but seems to be fine installing programs from DVD rom.

by tahneen ยท 10 years ago In reply to Next Step THANKS SO so much everyone who helped me - once i uninstalled media suite it worked straight away - so If you're new to the TechRepublic Forums, please read our TechRepublic Forums FAQ. Here's some system info: (if you need more just ask) DVD Drive: Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-110D Firmware: 1.41 OS: Windows XP Home SP2 Any ideas? Click Start, and then click Run. 2.

I have searched for weeks on forums, followed all instructions and still no DVD drive detected. It is a custom system I built, with the following specs:Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional , 64 bitProcessor: AMD Phenom(tm) 9850 Quad-Core Processor, I've always thought it was some sort of conflict with a program, but I never imagined it would be Nero. The DVD Burner is listed under normal Device Manager view, and it is also found in the BIOS.

Is what I'm attempting possible? Any suggestions on How to fix it? HiJackThis log:Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4Scan saved at 2:32:41 PM, on 1/21/2011Platform: Windows 7 (WinNT 6.00.3504)MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.7600.16700)Boot mode: Normal[code]..... If I leave the disc in and let Windows boot up again, the computer crashes after sitting on the login screen for ~10 seconds.

It will show DVD (audio_ts & video_ts) files when opening Windows Explorer. Last August ((2008) because microsoft may not have fixed or addressed the problem when 2010 gets here), had same problem as other people on this blog. What happened the first time was I put my laptop to sleep in order to do something else and when I came back it had shut down by itself.