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Re: my rom does not work
Hi, welcome to fixy. as u said that ur cd drive is not working right and if dvd or cd drive is not working and u want to install the drivers then what u can do is that install the drivers from ur friends computer and burn it into the disk and then run it on ur computer and this is how u can install the drivers for ur computer and it will definatley work......good luck......
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If it truly needs a driver then install patin-couffin It will bypass all that windows uses now and accurately talk between drives and the dvd-rom. But it sounds to me that your dvd-rom just failed. You never know when they are going to go
Need to buy a software that automatically search the internet for all drivers that your computer needs, including dvd or cd rom drivers. Such software can download drivers that you need, if it's better than going to your dvd rom's manufacturers website to download your driver there. Driver magician is but just one software among many like it. Driver solution is also good. Try it. Hope this would lessen your problems with drivers. Have a nice day friend.
Hello, Packard Bell does not provide a specific CD-ROM driver, but the chipset driver might work:
It's specifically for Windows 7 Home Premium x64
It sounds like you need to upgrade the DVD-ROM drivers on your operating system. You'll need to go to the manufacturer's website to get the drivers for Vista.
1) Determine the manufacturer of your DVD-ROM drive. If you bought the drive separately from the computer, you need to go to the website of the company that made the drive (such as Samsung, Toshiba, etc.). If you bought it as part of a desktop or laptop, go to the website of the company that built the computer (HP, Dell, Lenovo, etc.).
2) Look for a link titled "Support" or possibly "Downloads" in the menu at the top of the webpage.
3) How you find the specific driver for your device will vary depending on which website you are on. Normally you have to enter in the model number of either your computer or DVD-ROM drive and it will show you what drivers are available.
4) Download the driver for Windows Vista (make sure you get the 32-bit version or 64-bit version, depending on your version of Vista)
5) Install the driver, typically by double-clicking the downloaded file and then following any on-screen directions. You'll then most likely have to reboot as well.
Everything should work after this. If you need specific help in finding the driver file to download, you'll need to provide me with the brand and model of your computer or DVD-ROM drive.
Hope that gets you up and running!
You mean the CDROM or DVDROM is not selectable as a booting option in the BIOS, right? There must be something wrong with the device, the driver or your BIOS. Is your hard disk still bootable? If so, you can boot in hard disk and see whether the DVD-ROM is still there and check the device manager of your Control Panel to see if any errors about it. If it is not working there, you can check whether all the cable connections are connected well and the jumper settings are fine. There could only be one master device on a single ribbon of the IDE interface. So if you have a hard disk and your DVD-ROM connected to the same ribbon and the jumper settings of both are set to master, you will need to adjust one of those settings to slave or cable selection. Then you can use the AutoDetect feature of your BIOS to detect the CD-ROM if available. If those are not working, you can uninstall and reinstall the driver of your DVD-ROM if available when you boot in hard disk and open device manager for hardware change scan or directly right click on the CD-ROM icon in device manager and select update driver then select the right driver downloaded from the manufacturer's web site. You can also plug that DVD-ROM to another computer and see whether it is working there to detect mechanic issues of it. If everything is working on the other computer about this DVD-ROM and it is not working on yours, you can also try to flash your BIOS and/or replace the ribbon and see if it works before you replace your motherboard.
the basic generic drivers are installed when you install vista which will give you video, keyboard, mouse, cd-rom/dvd rom. If you want to download the actual drivers for your individual devices you need to go to the manufacturer's site (i.e. www.ati.com) or whoever makes the motherboard.
The yellow exclamation mark means that the driver for the DVD/CD-ROM is corrupted. You will need to find the drivers for your drive and re-install it. This should be easy enough to do: find the brand name of your drive and go to the website of the manufacturer, then locate their drivers page and find the specific driver for your product, then download and install the driver and restart your computer and the drive should work. Please rate if this works for you, Thanks!
Simply enter the model number (M2NPV-VM) on the box on the top left and it will bring up all the drivers for you, I belive there were 37 total....I would link you directly to it but it does not allow me!
That should get everything on your motherboard working!!
if you found this helpful please be sure to rate it , thanks!