I have Lenovo 3000 n100 Laptop with Matshita CD DVD Writer, It does not display the contents of some VCDs and DVDs, Movies.It tells there is a blank cd and prompts to burn the cd. Have tried lot but could not solve it.
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do you have a error message in the device manager or why do you need the drivers? all cd dvd drives work just by plugging them into the computer aslong as your windows is working properly they don't come with drivers.
These discs that are written on other systems, were they finalized or are they multi-sessions discs that have been left open? Some drives have difficulty dealing with multi-session discs created by other drives. By telling it it is OK to format the CD, it is writing a new TOC (Table of Contents) that is blank since it did not see anything on the disc previously (so it didn't know there was anything to carry over from previous sessions). Now all other drives that try to read this disc are now reading an empty TOC and figure it is a blank CD.
You can try writing a disc on another computer and making sure it finalizes it, then try reading it with your laptop. You can also try to burn data to a CD on your laptop making sure the disc is finalized and try to read it on another computer to verify these suspicions.
take a screw driver and at the back side of lap top you'll a screw through which you can detach your dvd drive from your lenovo laptop if you have bike or car I used my car just put it on road and crush it I did same