Question about Computers & Internet
My CD/DVD Drive all of a sudden started doing some weird stuff...
It's an LG Standard Drive shipped with an HP SR5160AN Desktop Comp, worked fine ever since I purchased said comp, until a day or so ago.
The Drive will read CD's, DVD's no worries. BUT, I place an empty DVD Disc into the drive, and when I try to burn anything, I am told there is no free space on the Disc. When I looked into it, it appears the Disc has 0 Bytes Free of 0 Bytes? These discs are all empty, but I went and bought a new set of a different brand... same problem. Blank CD's and DVD's are 'full', even though there's nothing on them, and they have a size of 0 bytes.
What is going on? There were no updates or anything ever changed since I last used it successfully to burn a DVD Image, then all of a sudden, for no apparent reason, it won't burn a thing ._.
Goto HP's website to the support section download the drivers and replace your current ones. If it still does not the drive has failed and needs replacement.
Thanks Frank Z.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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