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WIN XP SONY DVD Problem

DVD R/W worked with WinME but not with WinXP why?

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You need to upgrade the drivers and firmware for your sony writer which you will get here.

http://sony.storagesupport.com/models/21


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Driver for Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-K16D


Suggest you try this, Chris;

Go to Device Manager.

[WinXP:
Start > Right-click on My Computer > Left-click on Properties at the bottom of the list > Left-click on the Hardware tab. Left-click on Device Manager

Win Vista/ Win 7:
Windows logo button > Right-click on Computer > follow the above ]

When Device Manager loads click on the + sign, to the left of DVD/CD-ROM drives.
Right-click right on the name of the optical drive. (CD/DVD drive)

Left-click on Uninstall.

A Microsoft 'squawk box' will come up; "Warning you are about to uninstall this device"
It's OK. Click on OK.

Now close all windows, go back to your desktop screen.
Restart your computer.

(WinXP: Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart
Win Vista/Win 7: Windows logo button > Restart )

When Windows fully loads you will get a pop-up, out of the system tray, "Found new hardware device", and perhaps another one, "Found Pioneer DVD-RW"

Windows has the habit of losing drivers. Let's see if this 'slaps Windows around'.

Regards,
joecoolvette

[Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device.

Windows XP/Vista/7 is the O/S, the optical drive is the device ]

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Screen goes blank after booting with WinXP SP2 CD.


Hi, your will need to delete your windows XP re format that part of your hard drive, then re install XP

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How to instal Mustek cu 600 scanner with win xp


there is not drivers or software made for Windows XP.
however, you can use the win98 or WinME software. as long as the Windows Xp is running at 32 bits. I have done that with HP flat bed scaner.
don't worry about the non-certified software with MS.

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Brookstone binocular&digital camera


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The Brookstone digital camera binoculars are aka Celestron VistaPix 10x25. The drivers for Win98, Win2K, WinME and WinXP can be found at:

http://downloads.celestron.com/index.php?subdir=filedownloads%2Fdrivers%2Fvistapix%2Fvistapix_drivers_72202%2FDriver&sortby=name

I used the XP driver on my Vista Ultimate and it worked. Download the zip file, extract it somewhere you can remember. Plug in the camera and direct the windows driver installation to the "WIN XP" folder that you just unzipped. Happy hunting!

Aug 27, 2008 | Brookstone Digital Camera / Binoculars

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Color quality


re-install the drivers for the video card and the cdrom drive. win xp should have all the parameters for the machine

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Vista not recognising RR-US395


This set is not designed to work on Win98SE, WinME, Win2000, WinXP.

It will not work on Win Vista even if run as Win Xp mode

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OPERATING SYSTEM


Hi
as i interpret your question, you are asking for some examples of Operating Sytems? if thats so, here are some:

MS Windows
ver. 3.11, Win95, Win98, WinME, WinXP, Win Vista
Win NT, Win2000 Pro, Win2000 Server, Win 2003 Server

Linux OS, several "flavors" like Ubuntu, Red Hat, Mandrake, Bayanihan Linux (from DOST-UP)

Sun Solaris, Unix Operating System, BeOS

Apple MacOS, OSX, OS 9

almost forgot, DOS, MS DOS and PC DOS

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Booting slow in os


You need to edit the Boot.ini file to do that.

Here's a link that will guide you on how to remove those extra boot options:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289022

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Need drivers


opticsplanet_2019_273201453

The Brookstone digital camera binoculars are aka Celestron VistaPix 10x25. The drivers for Win98, Win2K, WinME and WinXP can be found at:

http://downloads.celestron.com/index.php?subdir=filedownloads%2Fdrivers%2Fvistapix%2Fvistapix_drivers_72202%2FDriver&sortby=name

I used the XP driver on my Vista Ultimate and it worked. Download the zip file, extract it somewhere you can remember. Plug in the camera and direct the windows driver installation to the "WIN XP" folder that you just unzipped. Happy hunting!

Apr 25, 2007 | Brookstone Digital Camera / Binoculars

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