Ibm netvista6269 with windowxp installed-the computer says the device is working (fvf inc cddvd-2003-200x scsi cd rom device) however when a disc is present-(tried several different types) it keeps asking to insert the disc--any help would be terrific!!!!!--thanks!
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ADSL - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line AGP - Accelerated Graphics Port ALI - Acer Labs, Incorporated ALU - Arithmetic Logic Unit AMD - Advanced Micro Devices APC - American Power Conversion ASCII - American Standard Code for Information Interchange ASIC - Application Specific Integrated Circuit ASPI - Advanced SCSI Programming Interface AT - Advanced Technology ATI - ATI Technologies Inc. ATX - Advanced Technology Extended
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1) Are you sure your CD-ROM works?
2) Is the disc a burnt copy of Windows? If so you may have burned it incorrectly so where it does not boot.
3) Make sure in your BIOS your boot device is set to your CD-ROM as the first boot device.
One of these things should confirm your problem and let you install windows.
cd/dvd drives are cheep, I would suggest in device manager uninstall device driver and re-install them with scan for new hardware. If thats not working goto ebay and get a cd/rw dvd reader try to pay a max of $20.00 you should find many in that price range.. and when re-installing make sure the jumper is set to the same as the one you currently have..
i understand that your pc has a single dvd-drive that has the problem that it dos read dvds but not cds... please give model because this is a rare error. to check it, get the following disks and the freeware program 'burnatonce' (it is a burning software that accesses the drives on a lower than windows basis ) to check from the hardware side what the problem is:
install burnatonce run it open tools/device info and check if the following disc are really recognized or not
a standard music cd(audio cd) a computer cd(original ! windows install cd or other install cd) a self burnt cd containing mp3's (CD-R type, 700MB or800MB) any other computer cd for pc
an original film dvd a selfburnt film dvd (DVD-R) an original computer-data dvd (any PC-Game will do)
try this. reboot your cpu, then press the CMOS setup key (del), then select load default setting, then go to hard disk detection settings, select the LBA setup. I believe you know how to manipulate the CMOS setup configuration. if still doesn't work out, bring it to the service center near you and ask for assistance, Im sure they would love to help you. Have a nice day!
In Laptop obviously there is only one CD/DVD rom drive present.
So first confirm have you got any mark in the device manager entry for WC6037K IYL929R SCSI CdRom Device. If yes then you need to go in the BIOS and detect the Boot priority and enable the CD Rom there. Check out the event viewer entry if showing any red cross entry related to CD/DVD rom and try to search it out on net.
If the CD/DVD drive is opening or ejecting out then it working and if it is not may be the failure in Drive and need to replace.
Mayeb you need to repair the OS - In which case you will need to have SCSI Controller XP OS floppy driver obtained from IBM website.
Start up the computer booting up from the CD ROM. Then when it comes to "install thrid party devices" - press 'S' and insert the floppy with the SCSI Coontroller on it and follow the on screen instructions.
According to the Toshiba website, the scsi cd-rom/dvd-rom does not require a driver to operate, but the driver for the scsi controller card it plugs into may need to be reinstalled or updated. Visit the following link, and go to the section labeled scsi cdrom/dvdrom. At the bottom of this section there are two links to websites where you may be able to find the drivers for your scsi controller card.