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this is atomatically set by your windows program,you can only change this 3-5 times, from control panel, check computer defaults,remove power for dvd and shut off computer, then connect dvd, power up and check again what region your using,when you in the region area clik ondvd and see if it will allow you to change if not then you can;t change it..
Please reinstall the drivers for the both of the problems,if you dont have any cd then plz visit the manufacture website and download the drivers, after installing the problem is not solved then plz try with another drive,if the problem persist then try by reinstalling the OS
I have the same problem. Has anyone found a solution? I have an HP Notebook dv6700 with a Pioneer DVDRW [DVR-K17B ATA Device]. For the past few months I haven't been able to burn anything to disc. I can't find any firmware updates online. I'm not sure if I need to buy a new drive?
This sounds like you have a Virus or Some other type or Malware that has corrupted your drivers. Please Scan with Avast (http://www.avast.com/), Spybot S&D(http://www.safer-networking.org/), and Adaware (http://lavasoft.com/) all of witch have free versions.
Also it may be that your driver got corupted some othere way if it still does not work try roleing back your driver or updateing it.
Thank you, Rel
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Hey Google AUTORUNGUI.dll Download It And Then Just Copy The .dll to Your Win System32 Folder Replace It.
SHOULD WORK........................................... Comment If It Doesnt I Will Tell You Some More Solutions And Leave Your PC Info With Operating System OtherWise Really Hard ....................................................................................