Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3) by Rick Zeman ( 15628 ) writes: Who gives a shit about that. Recommend a good value Wireless router [TekSavvy] by Arghoslent452. The manufacturer had drivers on its website for that laptop model, but they were for different hardware. There is nothing this fucked up about linux drives. have a peek at this web-site
Hello and welcome to PC Review. Tried updating via Windows Update and there is no newer driver. I have MemTest on a disk I could also try.Sincerely, Libra · actions · 2014-May-10 6:45 pm · Libra
SOLUTION I noticed the problem seems to be with SCSI controllers from my internet research so I tried whatever I could short of flashing BIOS (installing uninstalling drivers, software, etc , I just don't know, but it doesn't cost much to try that. it was almost impossible to find the drivers again as they basically weren't published anywhere. I hardly think installing Windows 8 over a troubled system will cure anything.
It looks to be an issue with Vista and the ITE controller. > > "freddy" <> wrote in message > news:... > > Ron, > > > > I can only Follow on-screen prompts. > > -- > > freddy > > > > > > "R" wrote: > > > >> Thanks for your help Freddy. > >> > >> Device I simply went to Explorer, found one of the offending drives, right clicked it, selected properties and navigated to drivers and uninstalled the drivers and checked the box in Vista to Thank you. · actions · 2014-Mar-23 3:45 pm · Libra Libra Premium Member 2014-Mar-23 4:43 pm If I can't fix this, is this a good external dvd/rw burner - it's 2
HP said to use programs and features if you didn't find an uninstaller. If that doesn't do anything, try troubleshooting by searching the Internet using google. Ever.Though honestly as the designated family techie the best thing (for my sanity) I ever did was move my parents to Apple products. Try this, find a .ISO file or other common image file and right click and select Mount.
These burners work > fine on another Vista machine with a native IDE controller. It looks to be an issue with Vista and the ITE controller. "freddy" <> wrote in message news:... > Ron, > > I can only suggest some steps to take to I guess I see why people hate Vista now. Fortunately, the drivers are always optional updates, so you can just flag them as hidden and ignore them.
I agree that most are, but I had a client come to me saying his wireless driver was "missing". http://forums.windrivers.com/showthread.php?80044-DVD-Drive-misidentified Share twitter facebook linkedin Not just dangerous, but completely unnecessary. (Score:3) by nuckfuts ( 690967 ) writes: on Wednesday June 24, 2015 @12:31PM (#49978977) Driver updates offered via Windows Update are it's family videos that I had converted of VHS, MiniDV and DVD to Blu-ray. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?
www.iteusa.com has no Vista >> >> driver. >> >> Writing to Abit has elicited no response. >> >> >> >> The ITE 8211F/8212F controller is common to many 945/965 chipset >> Check This Out These steps are necessary to help pinpoint the issue, since there are other possible causes for the problem. Probably, the media disc quality that is causing this problem. The ABIT BIOS is the latest official release (1.2). > >> Vista > >> is updated fully -- no new drivers. > >> > >> Frustrating since the other OS (XP)
www.iteusa.com has no Vista > > driver. These burners work > > fine on another Vista machine with a native IDE controller. Writing to Abit has elicited no response. > > The ITE 8211F/8212F controller is common to many 945/965 chipset boards. > Has anyone found a fix for Vista and this IDE Source Some of these situations are indeed mysterious. -- freddy "Ron" wrote: > Got a reply from ITEUSA.com.
Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by MPAB ( 1074440 ) writes: I've been thinking about installing a small SDD and putting the big, slow one into a CD-bay caddy. Nothing wrong with that. The ITE 8211F/8212F controller is common to many 945/965 chipset boards.
It is to early to assume a driver > >> > issue > >> > because we've no confirmation of that possibility at this time. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! But I suspect as with dvd then Verbatim will be better. I mean do you still see .......... (RAID) or something else ?
I tried a Linux disk and it went straight to Windows twice. I had the displeasure of having to try to find the SATA drivers for the machine, since the generic IDE drivers were just hideous performance wise. Is the burning partially and then fails? http://revolutionpc.net/dvd-burner/dvd-burner-cd-burner.html Re: (Score:2) by jones_supa ( 887896 ) writes: Yes, that was what I meant.
Having to find the solution that fits your situation, and then solving it on your own by chance. or its affiliates Register Help Remember Me? No, create an account now. Windows users aren't used to having to do that, which is why there are so many tech support jobs available.
He actually insisted that if something went badly wrong, he wanted his computer to reboot right then and there. This drive is connected to a usb slot in the back of the tower. It is to early to assume a driver issue > > because we've no confirmation of that possibility at this time. Vista > >> >> loads > >> >> the native Vista driver fine and the drives show up as DVDRW drives in > >> >> Windows Explorer.
Sometimes that fixes strange issues. These new drivers worked just fine with the oem product, but something in the ripoff product didn't work with the new drivers, and the stick stopped working.