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Re: dvd stops burning
Depending on how old your drive is, it could be the laser is faulting, or you may need to update the firmware.
If the laser is at fault try a lens cleaner cd and if no change try the below solution or you mayneed to replace the drive as they are inexpensive to replace.
There could be a problem with the burning programme, so try a different one if possible, ensure you have adequate memory for the burning process of the disc and enough hard drive space for the burning programme to save the temp image to your drive before burning.
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Premature failure of this drive appears to be a widespread issue. I have joined in a support thread at HP and encourage you to do the same: http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/CD-DVD/Hp-dvd-1040i-Disk-tray-doesn-t-open-half-the-time/m-p/347544#M1980
on the back of the hardware are jumpers mine are located next to where the ribbon plugs in there are 3 jumpers- like this : : : the jumper must be on "cable" ( printed above post ) just move the jumper and reinstall Now xp can find the 10401 I did it...it works
on the back of the hardware are jumpers
mine are located next to where the ribbon plugs in
there are 3 jumpers- like this : : :
the jumper must be on "cable" ( printed above post )
just move the jumper and reinstall
Now xp can find the 10401
I did it...it works
I'm not sure if this will help you but read this link I'm sending. I went round and round with 3 different highend motherboards and processors and kept getting error after error, everything I read in forums, the tech guys, everybody seemed to go to my memory as the problem but low and behold I wasn't believing them and my research paid off. Maybe the intel/hp problems I was having are related to yours. The acceleration software maybe. I dont know but you might want to give it go. I was a little shocked that my brand new dvd writer intel conflict would cause the blue screen of death. sorry so long but if this helps anyone I'll be glad. Thanks, great days to all, Dave http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00001705&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&product=3422492&lang=en