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My lg ggc-h20l works perfectly in every wat except it will not write dvds

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  • DJANGO3 Oct 09, 2008

    it tells me that service HP CUE DEVICE DISCOVERY service hung on starting

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Theres probably something wrong with the driver, you can try and uninstall the driver and reinstall. If you cant find where to uninstall, just reinstall.

It basically means that a service that is required is not responding.

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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Oilers5 if what I have listed has not helped or fixed your problem could you post back with your model no# of the motherboard. Mfg's name ex; (dell, HP...). Than I can download your manual & check what settings need to be adjusted. Is this the only SATA device your trying to get to run? Is your current hard drive a SATA or IDE? How many?
Thanks Oilers5. I look forward to your next post.

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