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What software do u use to write DVDs on both PCs...
if they are different then that may be the issue....
dont spoil the DVDs....
try DVD RW disks...that way you can erase them later...
i too have the same DVD writer, not had any issue in either XP or Win7....i have dual boot and have made many movie DVDs using both OS...i use Nero and Power2Go of LG(the install disk that came with the LG DVD writer has this great software...."LG Power tool")
try this tool...it should work...
the inbuilt DVD creator in Win7 has some issues with DVD creation....due to non compatibility of graphics card and display drivers (WDDM)....+ you may not have the correct codec required to burn DVDs.....
get the FFDSHOW codec from google.... and install it...shutdown and restart and then try...
let me have a feedback pls...
My name is ArmyMason, lets see if I can get you going in the right direction. www.partstore.com might have a deal on the parts you need but I am thinking it would be cheaper for you to buy a new monitor or consider hitting up a local pawn shop for a cheap replacement. These parts can cost more than the whole monitor because LG buys parts in major quanity and we all know (WalMart effect) the more you buy the cheaper the price. So if you need to take it apart in the back of the monitor are a bunch of screws start unscrewing and make sure you know where they all go. tape them near the hole so that you can find them later. Once all apart, be sure to wear gloves, dont want anything to possiably contaminate you. (LEAD)... get the part number off the screen and look it up in that site. Order it and replace it. It is straight forward to replacing it.
hte battery pack is located at the buttom towards the screem hinger. there are 2 latches, one for each side. slide the latch toward the edge of the laptop and slide the battery out.
install in reverse order.
plase make sure in ur mind without dvd also ur lg ls50 is worthy.
if ur despose it then there is no resale value will be but if u give to any cherity. if it is good then cherity trust will give u blessings.
it will be help ful for cheritable trust.. so please don't scrabe it donate it to charity trust.. hero302
There is a light on the dvd drive does this flicker when the computer is booting up?
The cable may have come unattached?
Normally winxp recognises any dvd hardware falty or not.
You might need to get inside it and look!!!
LG does not post their service manuals on the internet so it will be more difficult.
Make sure that you have removed all screws from the monitor, some may be covered by rubber stoppers, pry them apart on your damaged laptop.
It may help to follow this step by step for a dell, not that it will be the same but it will give you a guideline of how to handle the parts and the precautions to take