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Back to top #13 Romeo29 Romeo29 Learning To Bleep BC Advisor 3,194 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:127.0.0.1 Local time:11:11 PM Posted 17 June 2010 - 11:22 PM My LG DVD-RW Will ashampoo and/or the windows burning software recognize the drive and work on it?Thank you for your help.Sincerely, Libra · actions · 2014-Mar-24 8:55 pm · mmainprizejoin:2001-12-06Houghton Lake, MI

mmainprize to So I put my Linux disk into the portable Dvd/rw player but it didn't boot from it or show up in the screen for me to select it.Here's a ss of I have seen this happen, that it takes the data from the type of disk that is in the drive. http://revolutionpc.net/dvd-rw/dvd-rw-drive-shows-up-as-cd-drive.html

Did your computer come with an OEM drivers disk . . . Other than copper what can be used for plumbing? [HomeImprovement] by SuperNet329. You then stated it to be a burning problem. Now my computer > shows it as a dvd-ram and it won't recognize blank dvd's. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/323585/dvd-rw-showing-as-dvd-ram/

Using the site is easy and fun. Nero InfoTool utility will / should be able to read your "drives" firmwares and report the media compatiblies. Please try the request again. XP does not recognize DVD-RW drives, so it > displays it as a DVD-RAM in Explorer.

  • Have you tried reinstalling using the given disk? 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Try this link by IC-IT · 9 years ago In reply to Windows XP Pro thinks DVD ...
  • On Aug 28, 2:40 am, "SC Tom" <> wrote: > "smlunatick" <> wrote in message > > news:... > On Aug 27, 7:39 pm, "SC Tom" <> wrote: > > >
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  • Now my > >computer > > shows it as a dvd-ram and it won't recognize blank dvd's.
  • We need to determine when the problem was created and roll back the entire system to before then.
  • Windows XP will correctly display the optical > > drive as a DVD-RW. MysticEyes, Aug 28, 2006 #3 Savage2303 Thread Starter Joined: Apr 1, 2004 Messages: 37 i've tried sonic and nero, and neither recognize it as a burnable drive when there is a Device manager says drive is ok. Not completely true.

    If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. It didn't this time - but did show the dvd drive and the harddrive after rebooting the computer.Is it really necessary for me to go into the bios based on the To write to a DVD, XP requires an external program,, such as Nero. unplug all your USB devices and try the DVD alone.

    DVD-RAM is recordable, rewritable media. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Download drivers for your drive by The Scummy One · 9 years ago In reply to Windows XP Pro thinks DVD Also, in device manager, my cd/dvd drives show up as follows: TSSTcorp CD/DVDw TS-L532R XT249m UJO892Y SCSI CdRom Device interesting, because i only have one dvd drive.. Just a couple of general thoughts on the Spectrum merger so far [CharterSpectrum] by AnClar229. Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top myaticangel Posts: 7 This post has been reported.

    If I'm burning a CD (music, data, etc.) and the [DVD] choice is showing (because I'd previously burned a DVD) it will not recognize the disc and vice versa. I have fixed almost all problems of this type with or w/o Nero installed (including a DVD-ram identity crisis). Thank you.Change the CD-ROM drive letter.Select the CD-ROM in Disk Management and right click, then select Change Drive Letter. I have opened the drive details and this is what is listed :- system 32\drivers\cdrom.sys system 32\drivers\imapi.sys system 32\drivers\redbook.sys system 32\drivers\storprop.dll Thank you for taking the time to help Scott, means

    Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. @LH, Think it is a hardware issue. http://revolutionpc.net/dvd-rw/dvd-rw-drive-problem.html How old is this particular PC?Maybe when you uninstalled all the stuff you did, windows lost track of the correct device interface? · actions · 2014-Mar-22 11:09 pm · mmainprizejoin:2001-12-06Houghton Lake, Click here to join today! If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

    XP does not recognize DVD-RW drives, so it > > > displays it as a DVD-RAM in Explorer. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Vista can > > > write to DVDs natively. > > > Not completely true. Check This Out But when I removed the blank DVD, the drive changed back from CD to DVD RAM?

    Rich Barry, Aug 24, 2009 #2 Advertisements smlunatick Guest On Aug 24, 5:27 am, freeken1968 <> wrote: > I moved a dvd-rw from my Vista machine to my XPpro machine. This drive is connected to a usb slot in the back of the tower. Regards, Rick P.

    I personally, based on my own belief systems, would rather do repair install of the operating system, which does not erase the personal files.

    Description of your drive: LiteOn DH-20A4P - DVDRW (R DL) / DVD-RAM drive - IDE Device Type DVDRW (R DL) / DVD-RAM drive I am not seeing a problem here. Again, many thanks. To write to a DVD, > > > XP requires an external program,, such as Nero. XP does not recognize DVD-RW drives, so it displays it as a DVD-RAM in Explorer.

    Is > there a fix? In case you decide to go the route of getting a new one, here is a link to a well reviewed one on NewEgg (best place to shop for computer stuff). Most Lightscribe compatible drivers are multi-format ones with DVD-Ram media format as one of the format. =========================== It is. this contact form Is there a certain aspi file I need to setup my dvd-ram drive correctly.

    If you only have the one cd/dvd in your machine then that should be enough. Windows XP will correctly display the optical > > drive as a DVD-RW. That's normal. Most computers come with the recovery disk and reinstallationof the device drivers.

    Hooray for The System! I see a disk as part of the burner. You can press the save key (probably f10, look at the bottom of your screen) then esc to exit. I came up with none, so I clicked on HP and found an uninstaller.

    I am running windows XP and have a DVDRW IDE 1109 drive. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. but you will be no worse off than you were to begin with).

    Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top myaticangel Posts: 7 This post has been reported. Back to top #6 chillywilly73 chillywilly73 Topic Starter Members 13 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:11 PM Posted 11 June 2010 - 08:02 PM [quote Description of your drive:LiteOn DH-20A4P - DVDRW Vista can > > write to DVDs natively. > > Not completely true.  Windows XP will correctly display the optical > drive as a DVD-RW.  You just can not use any Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site.

    Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Go > figure, eh? > > SC Tom > (XP Home SP3, BTW) The one wiht Lightscribe "probably" can also use DVD-Ram media.




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