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it works. I installed the old Vista driver and that did not work. They provide complete instructions and all necessary updated drivers and they provide support for them.I use Belarc all of the time simply because of the fact that it shows my all Nov 26, 2014 #15 bazz2004 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,267 +205 There are so many non functioning Sony Vaios around that used parts are cheap. this contact form
There is plenty of choice at a low price. Regards John. In the Driver Tab, click on Uninstall Driver 10. From what your posting you are starting to clutter your system with burner software which might conflict with each other.
I would still try SFC as it can do no harm anyway. Went back into My Computer to find DVD Drive - THIS WORKED LIKE A TREAT!!!!!!! In device mgr do you see and yellow ! I ended ponying up ~ $500 for a later MB and an Intel CPU.
Nov 26, 2014 #16 mike1959 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,027 +52 If it was my laptop, I would try a Linux 'live' DVD and see if the drive works with -R Had the drive replaced under AppleCare in December of 2008. The few times I used my MBP to burn a disk it sounded like the insides were being pulled apart.If APPLE and our Laundry service thinks this is normal they should Report cobi- Apr 10, 2009 at 05:14 PM THANK YOU!
wher are they? You'd think they could get a simple thing like a CD/DVD drive right considering their BEAT-DOWN competitor has been shipping working combo drives in their machines for 4 years with narry One way around this would be to use another PC, copy the files from the DVD's to USB flash sticks or an external HD. Have you tried cleaning the laser with a cotton swab and drop or two of alcohol.
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Here you may find that if you wiped the drive and installed 7 as a new clean install it would work perfectly.But none the less what you need here is the Thank you Report Mickey D- Mar 8, 2009 at 05:58 PM I just wanted to give you a super big thanks!! I tried everything, even buying a new optical drive. But I dont have any upper filters just a lower filter is listed.
BlackHawk, have you tried to burn any other type of files to a DVD successfully? weblink When I found it and located it, that took care of the problem. I ordered a dvd drive from Dell and fortunately is was back oredered 3 tims. They're all burned DVD with files on them.
I commented above back in February 15. Note: Warranty will be lost during false flashing procedure, especially when unofficial modified firmwares were used before. I had spent over a week trying to figure it out, taked to our IS guy at work, but anything I tried didn't work. navigate here I know it's still pretty new but even new drives can fail.
Does your burner read a Cd or DVD? I took it to the Apple store where I was told the Optical drive was failing.I ordered a brand new one from the Powerbook Medics and this weekend installed it plus it can Read Write DVDs ..
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Thanks again moose54 Report kms147- Feb 22, 2010 at 09:17 PM Thank you so much for your suggestion, I have spent two days trying to fix this problem and was just Go figure...I popped out the SuperDrive from the MB and put it in my MBP and bang, I'm back in business. This after maybe 5 or 7 uses. thanks for the advise.
Where did you download that ISO from? You can be fairly sure that the same drivers used for Vista will work fine. This is my only computer so sending this to repair is not really and option. his comment is here You can not post a blank message.
You may also need to find a different Vista Driver if you have the 32 Bit OS Vista Driver and you have installed a 64 Bit Version of 7 or if I have found all the optical drives I have owned are good for 4 or 5 years then slowly fade in performance, I'm guessing that the laser loses power or loses I tried a bunch of CDs/DVDs last night and I DID find out that it reads SOME dvds. Report sonny- Apr 14, 2009 at 07:14 PM man thank you sooo much for your info my dvds are back up and running now thanks to you thank you sonny Report
Or is the error only with the autoplay part? (Windows trying to help you choose a media player from whatever you have installed?) Nov 18, 2014 #2 imymeohmy TS Rookie It could read CDs OK, but couldn't read DVDs or write CDs. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic It started 2 months ago and I only use this to watch DVDs (movies).
i dont know why am i unable to write .. Nov 19, 2014 #7 imymeohmy TS Rookie Topic Starter bazz2004 said: ↑ SFC is checking for Windows problems rather than your computer hardware.Click to expand... This is, IMO, a design flaw and I'm wondering if and how all users can communicate to Apple about this and get them fixed. Anyone knows a solution for this problem?Thanks for all your help in advance!
Used the windows support app. Do you think if it may fit my pc ? Or should I just type in my model number VGN-CS320J and look for similar drivers?