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Laptop CD/DVD Drive

In trying to copy files from my laptop, I put in a brand new CD and an error message comes up" The disk you were saving to or the disk used for temporary files is full. Free some space on this disk & try again or save to a different disk". I try another brand new RW disk and the same message appears.

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Re: Laptop CD/DVD Drive

In order to copy files to a CD like a hard drive you need a program that can treat the CD like a hard drive. Sometimes called *drag and drop or drag to disk*, is this what you?re using and if so what program are you using?

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My computer went to a blue screen and says fatal system error the initial session process terminated unexpectantly with a status of 0x00000000 (0x0000034 0x0010037c). The system shut down.

Dear Sir,

Please have the problem solved by having the system

repaired. This is actually being caused due to a corrupted

or missing system file. Please have the instructions to

having it repaired

Repairing Windows XP using CD installation


The CD installation for windows XP allow you to repair windows whenever there is file missing or corruption or improper function of Windows. This tips can be useful before you opt for a complete format to your computer.

Your first step is to boot the computer using the cd installation.

Below message will display:


Press Enter to setup Windows and accept the license agreement. Then select the XP installation you want to repair and then press R. 1wq9asrj-2-s-.png

Windows xp will copy necessary before reboot. You will be asked to press any key to boot to the CD. nzlmbj8t-2-s-.png

Do not press any key. Windows will boot to installation screen automatically and start installation.
After installation, enter the CD key (windows registration key) to finish repair.

You can now remove the cd from the cd drive and reboot the computer for appraisal

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Drive Smart Read Error / Kernel Data Inpage Error/1000-0143

have you restarted the PC? If you have and it works, then this error is NOT too much to worry about... As long as the drive is Booting for now you can copy off your files etc to say a USB drive... You do not need to copy the programs etc, usually you simply copy over your "My Documents" or "Users" directories. As all files saved are generally "Under" there if you have any, anywhere else of course you need to get them as well. Now the drive may NOT be totally "Ruined" it may simply require a Re-Format, and then replace the Operating System. After which you can restore your settings. Below is a Microsoft link that tells you › ... › Computer Setup and Maintenance -
Either with the "Old" drive or a "New" drive. set BIOS to boot from CD/DVD and put the Windows Install DVD in the drive, boot of this and follow instructions, when you come to the place to partition & Format, do this and do a full NTFS format... after which your system will be installed and you can load your drivers and programs again Also before doing all this go to the manufacturers web site and download ALL drivers for your model PC & Operating System. You need to do this so you can install the drivers for all your Video, Sound, WiFi network etc. after you install your operating System

Mar 08, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 2200 Notebook

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Installing Vista on new hard drive- CD/DVD Driver not found

Are you installing from the SONY-supplied "System Restore" CD/DVD disks, or from a "generic" Vista DVD-ROM?

The SONY disks _should_ have the correct drivers for your notebook computer.

Dec 08, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-NR220E/S Notebook PC

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My disk drive is not working i am trying to down load a new program and when i put the disk in it will read it and then error appears

Hi saratrought, if Windows XP runs and you have read problems in CD/DVD drive try to read another disk, if any other disk work fine then you need to copy your CD/DVD info (or program) in another new disk.

Or just use Windows Explorer to try copy all data from CD/DVD disk to a New Folder in your Hard Drive and then from that location you can try to install your program, if your data don´t copy well then again i tell you that it´s your disk not your CD/DVD drive.

Sorry by bad english.

Oct 16, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook

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Asus eee pc 900 /windows/system32/config/system

2 problems, your using a netbook that doesnt have an optical drive (cd/dvd) and you need a windows cd.
I dont think there is anything you can do until you call your retailer and request a copy of windows cd.
After that you can do a windows repair. Use the link below to see you options for accessing the cd once you have it.

Aug 29, 2009 | ASUS Eee PC 900 16G Notebook

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Cd/dvd problem on toshiba m45-S165 laptop

Is you new hard drive lager than you old on and was the disk drive a factory replacement cause with those disks if you even change just that they will not work

Dec 09, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A45-S250 Notebook

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Cant' figure how to hook to internet connection

It seems you have several questions. Some programs must be installed from a cd some don't.

1. You can try copying the contents of cd and pasting it to the flash drive then to the laptop into a single folder and run the install/setup program from there. This may or may not work.

2. You can install Magic Disc to your computer and the laptop.
With this program you can copy a cd or dvd into one file.
Then this program can take the file and load it as a cd rom drive.
You can download the program from this link.

Once you have the program installed you should see you have a new dvd-drive in my computer and a new icon on the taskbar. The icon will have a hand holding a cd disk.
Right Click on it and select make cd/dvd image.
Select the drive where you have the cad cd.
Select where you want it saved on your computer. Make sure you click on the folder type a filename and click save or it will put the file in some strange place, and make sure you take down where it saved it to.
Keep the .uif format don't change it.
No need to make a password.
Click OK
Let it do it's thing.
When it's done you will have the .uif file on your hard drive you can run as if it is a cd drive without a cd drive.
To do this right click on the magic disk icon in the taskbar and select "Virtual CD/DVD-ROM", select No Media, select mount.
In the "Mount CD/DVD" window select the .uif image file you created.
The cd file should load just as if you had inserted a cd into a real cd drive.
To do this on the laptop first copy the installation file for magic disc to the laptop then intall it. Then copy the .uif file to the laptop and mount it the same way I said on xp.

I've use this program a ton and it works great. My kids can't ruin cd's this way. :)

Note: If your flash drive isn't big enough you can use a program like winrar or file dicer to break the .uif file into smaller pieces and move it over piece by piece.

Sep 10, 2008 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Power calibration area full

There are many facts cause "Power calibration area Full" error. First of all clean up your TEMP files. Make sure DVD media you are using is supported by you DVD Writer. CDs are rather easy to write. DVD requires more precise laser beam to channel as its more dense than CD. So physical facts like dust on the lens might be a factor too. Also firmware update for your DVD Writer will be a great step. These are the main factors.

Good Luck

Dec 30, 2007 | Fujitsu Siemens AMILO Pro V2010 Notebook

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CD / DVD player not listed as device on Windows Explorer

Try physically removing the player and fire up the laptop. Power down the laptop, replace the player and power back up. If that doesn't help, see if BIOS recognizes it.
If that doesn't work, get back to me.

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