My solution - an external CD/DVD drive for approximately $30 from a major internet supplier. There was one solution which required editing the registry and I didn't want to risk that. At least nowadays you don't have to worry about slave and master! I'll see if a LiveCD is good enough, though. –Ben Richards Dec 30 '11 at 1:53 Another option might be pendrivelinux, basically a bootable USB stick of the live have a peek here
Maybe I'll be able to use DVD-RW now as well? So...maybe this could be problem? BillD, Jul 5, 2005 #1 BillD Private First Class Is it possible that the disks themselves have something to to with this? Hopefully that did the trick.
A rebus from a while ago My son started kindergarten and doesn't like writing his name. In any case, get the right burner, connect it like the old one (impossible to do wrong). You'd know right away if it's the drive or something that is 'external' to the drive. It could at least tell us if the problem is the hardware (maybe bad batch of CD ROM drives with messed up cache or something equally bizarre?), or if the issue
Good googling -- you seemed to have turned up some answers already. My dad thinks it's because the ATI DVD player program isn't up to date (Which I really doubt is the cause of the problem). by lostlyric / October 30, 2012 12:21 PM PDT In reply to: Good post... Cd Burner Not Working Windows 8 One thing to remember is that there are only a few OEMs that make the drives no matter who puts their brand name on them.
It's always the one that I am using to burn the drive, whether it be Windows Media Player, ImgBurn, or something else. The Linux OS you tried may have been capable of interfacing with the chipset in its current state as opposed to Windows. –Wesley Jan 2 '12 at 1:58 I by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / October 5, 2012 9:11 AM PDT Question: What's causing my CD/DVD burner to suddenly stop working?I was copying my music and videos onto I sadly don't have any other ones to try, so I will try the bottom one.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Dvd Drive Spins And Stops You can also try hooking up your burner to someone elses machine and see if it works or doesn't work there.5) Check the event log. From doing some googling it appears as if I have the lastest firmware. For DVDs, it won't evenstart to try setting up to copy.
I will restore my backup image and proceed from there. http://www.sharkyforums.com/showthread.php?145567-DVD-Drive-causing-system-to-lock-up Additionally, if they are, when was the driver released? Cd Burner Not Working Windows 10 They're cheap now anyways. Dvd Stops Playing Halfway Through Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Are you really making a standard audio CD by robjc63 / October 26, 2012 10:56 AM PDT In reply to: This is an
Sharky Forums Register Help Remember Me? http://revolutionpc.net/cd-burner/dvd-burner-keeps-failing.html You can pick up a good burner like LG or Samsung for about 20 dollars. Don't forget to ground yourself to the case prior to installation. I've had it in RAID mode all this time (because of my RAID0 setup). Cd Burner Stopped Working Windows 7
It would have to be Microsoft DRM or a combination of Microsoft DRM and Roxio if this is some Digital Rights issue. (You're not trying to copy a copyprotected CD or I tried playing a music disk and it wouldn't start. Most computers made in the last few years have SATA connections.Peek inside. Check This Out Aside from that, I don't have any ideas.
c2d e6600, gigabyte ga-965p-ds3 3.3, x1950pro, 3gb ddr2 800 Reply With Quote 07-21-2002,08:20 PM #4 richardginn View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Ultra Great White Shark!! Dvd Skipping And Freezing I used to see this all the time with my clients, but has become rare since they have done a better job keeping up with Microsoft's updates.My foggy memory seems to I occasionally like to use either of them to burn CDs or DVDs using various software (Windows Media Player 12, Zune, ImgBurn, Windows DVD Maker, etc).
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Interestingly, it worked perfectly. That usually does NOT require a setting to close the disk as it IS a disk image. I think this long write is what's keeping the drive occupied. http://revolutionpc.net/cd-burner/dvd-burner-shutting-down.html Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top dnichols822 Posts: 6 This post has been reported.
The chipsets still need to be interacted with by the OS, so the OS is still a variable factor. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Technical Support Q/A Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums General Hardware/Software Technical Support Q/A General Hardware Operating Systems Additionally, I unplugged one of them (on the off chance that the fact that there were 2 identical drives was causing conflicts somewhere) and it made no difference. Since he was able to burn before, I wouldn't suspect Roxio alone.
A virus is a possibility. Flag Permalink This was helpful (4) Collapse - Screen savers... Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. I bought my new computer about a year ago and after searching the web I still haven't found a reliable solution, because of this I have not installed iTunes on my
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Time to replace by drbruce2 / October 6, 2012 4:28 AM PDT In reply to: What's causing my CD/DVD burner to suddenly stop Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - This is an EASY One! Forbidden You don't have permission to access /forum/computer-help/95639-accessing-dvd-causing-total-lockup.html on this server. were such a problem at work, that we banned them and put an AD policy in place to enforce it!!!
So it appears that it's a Windows issue, and not a hardware problem. Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright ©2000 - 2015 MajorGeeks.comForum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. I have used Burnaware that you can get via CNET. Is it maybe using a MS driver where in we could then swap in the mfr driver, or vice versa?
I'm not thinking of a whole spool where all the discs are bad.