Home > Drive Not > HELP! Cant Use CDROM Drives Under WinXP?!

HELP! Cant Use CDROM Drives Under WinXP?!

Contents

Upper and Lower filters become corrupt for a number of reasons - usually software - and if you don't take care of THAT problem, the corrupted filters are apt to return. For this particular incident, Vista did not offer any Restore Point for me to go back to. What about the firmware for you drive and motherboard? (bios updates) as well as the drivers (none for opticals) after I did this then I found the software thing by MS. my email is [email protected], please feel free to email me if we do not come back onto this blog with your answer before March 27th. http://agileweb.org/drive-not/xp-not-recognizing-cd-rom-dvd-rom-drives.php

So it is definitely something in the software/Windows (the drive would not be able to read DVDs if the laser was bad, etc,) I literally am about to buy a Mac Note If you see a registry entry “UpperFilters.bak” then don’t delete it. 7. The drive is listed as an ATAPI DVD A DH20A4P. But went to try and burn a cd today and lo and behold….no device is found. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/27502-45-cdrom-drives-help

Cd Drive Not Reading Disc

Modify your browser's settings to allow Javascript to execute. I had the same problem and your site helped me out a lot, however none of your solutions worked for me. Open My computer, right-click the drive containing a disc, and select Properties. Not just me but all these poor people with useless computers!!!!

Reply justdave86 says: May 25, 2009 at 9:49 pm Possible cause(s) - IE8 install/IE8 scurity update/thunderstorm in rapid succession. The systems SEES the drive, it just can't read anything in it. a. Cd Drive Not Working Windows 8 Reinstall the DVD/CD driver via Device Manager Sometimes, Windows may save the driver files incorrectly.

Reply syahbar says: May 9, 2009 at 3:58 pm i've been missing my DVD drive, but CD drive it's ok. Cd Drive Not Working Windows 7 Click the + sign to view any "greyed out" devices. This page requires Javascript. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/fixit4me/2009/03/18/cd-drive-or-dvd-drive-is-missing-in-windows-xp-or-vista/ Installed it several weeks ago and all was fine.

Reply popani child says November 28, 2014 at 4:41 am Hey guys I need ur help,am using a windows 7 and my disc drive has stop working nd I wnt 2 Dvd Drive Not Reading Discs Windows 10 The upper and lower filters do not exist in my registry. iOS 4 Tips for Conquering Super Mario Run More Posts Lists 3 Cool Deals for the Traveller in You Lists Browse the Internet Seamlessly with These 5 VPN Services Gadgets 5 Reconnect power cable to CD/DVD drive and then the Main Power Cable & Power-On PC which will re-install the known best driver.

Cd Drive Not Working Windows 7

But recently it would not do this command. http://www.drivers.com/fix_dvd_cd_drivers/ Can't see my CD-ROM Help! Cd Drive Not Reading Disc We’ll talk about that too. Dvd Drive Fixer Future versions will support running on Windows XP and Windows 7.

In Windows XP, click Start, and right-click My Computer. have a peek at these guys Dvd on my dvd rw drive keep going out Cd rom no media CD-ROM/DVD Drive won't work (windows 7) [Solved] (Solved) Vista - How to fix missing CD-ROM/ DVD DRIVE I A different box will show with compatible hardware for your driver. The SP2 update screwed EVERYONE. Computer Doesn't Recognize Cd Drive Windows 10

Exit Registry editor and reboot your computer. Disc drive not select from the boot menu On many computers as the computer is booting you may need to enter the boot menu (e.g. If the disc cannot be read in any drive, the disc is probably bad or needs to be cleaned. http://agileweb.org/drive-not/cd-not-showing-in-drives.php 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

Click on {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} . 5. Dvd Drive Not Working Windows 10 Nice work, Microsoft. i wish that unistalling 3rd party burning software was the trick for me.

Reply jesse willard says: May 22, 2009 at 8:25 am you do know that is my computer doa Reply Virgil Sarulesteanu says: May 23, 2009 at 7:54 pm The whole problem

Iv'e altered the BIOS settings with no change..The CD and DVD both disapeared after trying to instal a printer. Do not try to skip ahead without reading the steps. Reply judy mattox says: May 1, 2009 at 2:23 am ok, i'm another person with the same problems…..has been "dead" for about 10 days now while i have tried every trick Cd Drive Not Showing Go into the Device_Manager and you can see your driver has re-installed, but will need a reboot to work properly.

You will have to check with the computer manufacturer to determine if there is a newer BIOS version available. It's good for the economy you know." Is that what everyone else did? Support Forum Join the conversation! http://agileweb.org/drive-not/how-come-i-cant-open-up-my-drives-now.php Note: If the disc drive is not opening when you press the eject button, check the power cable on the CD-ROM drive to make sure it is connected securely and properly.

Continue troubleshooting. I'm confused?? I have read some of the comments above but am not sure what you are talking about with upper and lower filters. I tried using the manual method as well but there is no CD/DVD Devices shown in the Device Manager.

Helpful +34 Report mindex Sep 18, 2009 at 06:35 AM Clear SOLUTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Finally found modem disabled (WTF). I can't delete and reinstall the DVD driver 'cause there's no DVD drive in my system. Door ejects, light goes on, disc spins … What the hell?

It's not listed in Device Manager or BIOS. I changed the DVD Rom for testing purpose, then it works fine.Some people say that it may be the problem of power, but after changing the DVD Rom I must face Uninstalled and re-installed the various programs which us use the CD or DVD. 3. Reply Chris Ivory says: May 8, 2009 at 4:40 pm Useless DVD drive here.

Reply Koen says: April 15, 2009 at 2:30 am similar problem over here yesterday everything was working fine and today there are no cd/dvd devices shown in explorer, device manager or Reply Savarinathan says: June 24, 2009 at 1:25 am It is a maze of information I am unable to find it exactly for my XP.Is there no friendly print? Do you have any idea why it happen? i cant even get it to boot off of windows XP install cd!!

Bootable media includes your hard drive, which will always be bootable, unless it is blank or empty. Click Start, and then click Run.