Hope this helps Helpful +15 Report micro01 1Posts Monday January 12, 2009Registration date January 13, 2009 Last seen Jan 13, 2009 11:50AM I can not find HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ÂPolicies\Explorer also. The transport for the laser head moves too far toward the centre of the spindle and gets wedged in just far enough that the transport mechanism can't move it back. Helpful +4 Report bsgbest Jan 24, 2010 11:40AM I just experienced the same problem with the optiarch DVD RW AD-7640S (installed on my Gateway UC7807U). I have been to device manager which says there is no problems, I have reinstalled to let the pc find it. http://pixelzs.com/laptop-dvd/laptop-cd-not-working.html
Yay! I used it regularly for burning both cds and dvds, up until 2days ago when it suddenly decided to stop working for reasons unknown. DVD/RW will not read any disks: Windows Vista Helpful +292 Report logik Mar 26, 2010 07:45PM If your DVD shows up in device manager, and reports no problems, but sill doesn't DVD an CD are on two different wave links so it is possible that it would read one and not the other. http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/77667-35-laptop-drive-working
and that's it..Life was never the same again .. Thanks. One thing to check, if you are comfortable working in the registry:1.Click Start2.Type regedit, and then click OK.
YourHowToChannel 978.047 görüntüleme 8:58 Daha fazla öneri yükleniyor... If the CD-ROM does work from MS-DOS, this indicates that you have a corruption issue with Windows. In the picture to the right, I haven't used any force at all, beyond gently pushing in the paperclip, and the CD tray popped out that far by itself. How To Clean Laptop Dvd Lens Report Jupimako› Top - Dec 30, 2008 01:38PM Thank you so much!!!
I uninstalled it and the problem was solved. Laptop Dvd Drive Not Opening It still plays Oblivion (dvd) after repeated attempts, but refuses to play others. Reboot or logoff/logon to apply. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-12954-dvd-rw-will-not-read-anything Please help.
when restart windows found new hardware and installed the device and drivers. How To Repair Laptop Dvd Drive Lens Oturum aç 431 101 Bu videoyu beğenmediniz mi? this fixed my issue. As the CD/DVD drive in your computer ages, it is affected by vibration, dust, mechanical wear, and other factors.
solvemyproblem 371.531 görüntüleme 6:38 DVD player wont read dvd or cd repair - Süre: 7:26. this website There are no subfolders in "Policies." I didn't even realize my DVD Driver was acting up until I tried to install Sims 2 Double Deluxe, which is a "DVD-ROM." I paid Laptop Dvd Player Not Reading Disc I was really not looking forward to have to buy a replacement DVD drive as suggested by many on this forum. Laptop Dvd Drive Not Working Windows 7 Report louisbrillon- Jan 2, 2010 09:40PM How did you create the explorer file ?
Note You may also see an UpperFilters.bak registry entry. news In the Burn a Disc dialog box, type a name for this disc in the Disc title box, click With a CD/DVD player, and then click Next. Can you explain it to me again, please? The alternative, which was lens cleaning, was a bit tedious since the drive is a slot drive and we had to unscrew a lot of parts to get access to that Dvd Drive Not Working Windows 8
None of them worked except for yours. Replace Laptop Screen Toshiba LCD Backlight and Inverter Dell Latitude backlight and LCD Laptop Power Adapter and Cord Sony screen, backlight and inverter Replacing internal laptop hard drive Notebook Overheating Copyright THANK YOU!!! have a peek at these guys Report cbuck- Oct 1, 2009 07:44AM try that and mine still does not work.
After deleting the CD-ROM, reboot the computer. Hp Laptop Dvd Drive Not Working If your vista version does not have the gpedit function, do the following: 1. And I don't know what to do!
What you said to do worked a little, but not completely. Gezinmeyi atla TRYükleOturum açAra Yükleniyor... He wanted $99. My Laptop Cd Drive Is Not Opening I feel there is some link is missing.
Verify that the optical disk drive is listed. Copyright © 2006-2016 How-To Geek, LLC All Rights Reserved