I am trying to burn a cd from my roxio audio central and during the burn setup it tells me that there is no disc in the drive, and theres one in there. I have burnt cds before with the same discs and now I just cant get it to work. I have tried several brands of discs and still have the same problem.
There could be several reasons why drive can't read and write to the cd .....a) cd drive head could be dirty b) cd has factory defect c) software setting is wrong. To resolve a) try cleaning the cd head b) replace with other brand and new cd c) change settings, write speed, etc....
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Home made (Customised) computer do not have any restore disc until you create an image of your system for your future use. You can download an image of Windows OS and burn it to a disc to re-install the Operating System. For further assistance or any clarification please feel free to revert.
You need the drivers. An oversimlified analogy of what a driver is - drivers are what the computer uses to translate the language the devices speaks into a language the computer can understand. It allows the two to talk to each other.
You should be able to download the drivers for this device at http://support.2wire.com/index.php?page=download
The manufacturer for any device that you connect to your computer should have the drivers necessary to install it on their website. If the device you are trying to install is a network device (wireless or wired) and you are unable to access the internet, the best suggestion I have is to borrow a friends computer and a USB key/drive or have them burn a CD with the drivers on it for you.
You should be able to download any necessary software (from a friend's internet connection) and complete your install. Most modems do not need a software disc, just need to be setup and most can be setup using your own web browser. Here's a link to download a PDF of the manual for that unit, as well as software and drivers.
if u need to download drivers go to My Pc icon right click and go to properties then go to hardware tab. then device maneger
go to network adapters see what ur network adapters ur working with if thats the problem google that specific network adapter and look for drivers download burn that on a cd and inser to ur pc
if its ur window internet dirvers witch might be the case go to microsoft.com software download drivers and burn on a cd and insert that should take care of it
n wista also huawei driver works,,i too tried to install wista drivers
for huawei but in vain ..no problem in xp driver itself it will
work,,,if it works mail me at email@example.com and don't worry
it will work conformly because now im using ny connection in wista
using huawei only.. just follow the step to do it: 1)install that driver setup and warning the usb port from modem should be disconnected during this 2)install will finish and wait's for usb port to be connected by displaying port not found, 3)now
plug the usb cable and inbuilt windows will appear and say found new
hardware and install from the location where you had whether from cd or
from hard drive,select appropriate option.4)if it says error during
installation , 4)goto my computer right click and select properties
and select device manager in that under other devices categorie you
will found your device with question mark,right click that and select
update driver and selec from the location where you have that driver
back up i.e from cd of location in hard disk..then it will finish
installing software and once again it wil ask if automatically it
finishes secon time installation no problem or else follow from step 4) 5)now your usb will be identified by your huawei installation process and say port found click next and it will finish setup 6)then
once again goto my computer and then right click and than goto
properties and device manager and right click on your name at beggining
then select scan for hardware changes,,that's all finishes.. 7)select
connect to from your wista and select new connection and select connect
to internet in that dialup ,enter your dial up phone no,username and
password..then it will connect....ha ha.. if it works mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
It just means that the driver for that modem is not installed. You just need to install it's driver. If you have a disc for that modem you can insert it on the media drive (CD of Floppy drive) then right click the PCI modem and click update driver, and install the driver automatically.
It sounds like you have Vista but want to install Linux as a dual boot. Have you ever tried a live CD? A live CD is a CD you can download for free for just about every major distribution. You can run the live CD without installing linux to try it out on your system. If you like it, you can install it from the live CD onto whatever hard drive you wish. Most major linux's installs are graphical just like windows so you shouldn't have any problems. You can get a live CD from most major linuxs'. I recommend Ubuntu because that's what I use and I could help you with it once you got started. You can go to the site and download it and burn it as an ISO.