Question about Philips (JR4DVDRWK/00) DVD+RW Burner
I have a Philips DVD+RW SDVD8441 in my laptop it keeps ejecting for no reason. usually when I move it or get on the internet. What could cause this?
Don't know for sure but if the common reasons are that it opens when you move the laptop and when you get on the internet the power to the device may be changing when these actions occur. Moving it may cause an intermittant connection and getting on the internet usually draws more power from the power supply. If the batteries are ok the power supply voltage may be at the threshold at which these events make them fall to some value where the dvd burner thinks it's getting a message from the operating system to eject. Try it on a different computer and perform the same actions. If the problem stays with the burner it's the one with the problem, otherwise something in the laptop itself may be causing it.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
Solution #1 surely is the correct.
I've had the same problem and definitely is not a virus. Tho others are missing the fact that it occurs when the laptop is moved. What Falling Down says fits perfectly. Could be a moving connection, or so. Taking off the drive and cleaning the terminals could help.
Ooooops. Now I see this question is from a long time ago. However, it could help somebody.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
The problem is a corrupted driver file. uninstall and reinstall the driver.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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