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Try multiple original discs (not burned copies) which are clean and free of scratches. Step 5: Using System Restore on computers running Windows 7 that cannot burn discs If the computer cannot write to the disc, use System Restore to go back to a time Try the easiest first. When I go to registry this is what I have: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ÂPolicies. learn this here now
I would go over your options in the software VERY carefully. Reply VINAY PATHAK says January 27, 2015 at 7:02 am mera hp laptop me local cd nahi chalta hai original chalta hai Reply bhuppu says April 25, 2015 at 12:20 pm Why try another disc?
So, I cannot use either. The type of disc you use for burning must be compatible with the type of disc drive in your computer. Enabling it disables all feature via Windows, but not 3rd party vendor software. Cd Drive Not Working Windows 7 Use the software on this site to scan for the driver you need and then search for the individual driver.
Any way to completely remove the drive from the registry and select my own driver for it?Thanks for your help 19 answers Last reply Jun 5, 2012 Best Answer Jun 4, Dvd Drive Fixer do this! My cd player went back to working like it was brand new! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/44533-63-drive-longer-reading-dvds Please try again later.
Have you gotten media on some special sale at a ridiculously low price? Laptop Dvd Drive Not Working Windows 7 Close the registry editor, restart the computer, and wait until Windows configures the necessary drivers for new hardware. Any way to completely remove the drive from the registry and select my own driver for it?Thanks for your help Deleting upper/lower filters may solve it.http://www.ehow.com/how_8329667_clear-upper-lower-registry-filters.html TandarJun 4, 2012, 10:51 PM Brett928S2Jun 5, 2012, 12:49 AM Hi I own computers shops and a lappy repair company...Its a HARDWARE fault with the laser...
by yankee07mvp / October 5, 2012 11:34 AM PDT In reply to: What's causing my CD/DVD burner to suddenly stop working? http://www.dell.com/support/Article/SLN116383 Flag Permalink This was helpful (3) Collapse - YES! Dvd Rw Drive Not Reading Disc note: This document assumes that your drive is recognized by Windows and is capable of reading discs. Dvd Drive Not Reading Discs Windows 10 I realized something might be wrong with the driver when looked at its properties and saw the Drive H capacity is all used space.
When I burn movies they will not play on my Xbox360, samsung dvd player, or my sony dvd player. Flag Permalink This was helpful (6) Collapse - I've had better luck with OEM... The verify function won't increase your chances of burning a disc successfully, but it will let you know of a problem in time to burn another disc. I see that for people using vista they already have an answer. Dvd Player Not Reading Disc
Back to Top Run the Dell PC Diagnostics on the Optical Disk Drive (CD, DVD or Blu-ray drive) The optical disk drive diagnostic may require you to have certain types of If it was hardware, he wouldn't be able to burn anything at all or each CD would be different. Flag Permalink This was helpful (2) Collapse - I've had similar experience... Please help.
Error when reading CD or DVD. There Was An Error Burning This Disc. The Disc Might No Longer Be Usable Some reasons why the disc you may be using is not working: You are trying to use the wrong type of disc for your drive. See that the drive installs correctly.
It sounds like your cd/dvd burner may be working properly (if it is writing to it). Double-click System. Thanks! Cd Drive Not Working Windows 8 I have used Burnaware that you can get via CNET.
As the recordable disc drive in your computer ages it is affected by vibration, dust, mechanical wear and other factors. I've tried going through and uninstalling the driver and getting rid of the registry keys assosicated in order for the correct driver to be installed, but Windows keeps installing incorrect ones.This Open the folder that contains the files you want to burn, and then drag and drop the files into the empty disc folder. Clean up and more dirt or debris using the method above.
See Information about CD and DVD media.