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Unable to load drivers for diablotek extrernal DVD-RW

Unable to load drivers for diablotek 2.0 USB DVDROM
MODEL: EXDVALB

Get ''error: copy file''

I tried 2 different laptops, same problem. I'm running Vista
Home Basic. I can't find a download site for the driver.

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SOURCE: Mad Dog USB DVD-RW not recognized

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SOURCE: HL-DT-ST DVD-RW GWA-4082N driver needed

Try the link below, you will satify with the solution because my laptop used to have this problem. Good luck

http://www.fixya.com/support/r380953-missing_dvd_cd_rom_drive_letter

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Toshiba Satellite L3550-S7812 - Following

Ok! I'm not an expert, but I took advantage of my Toshiba warranty and got some tech support. Fortunately, I remember what they told me to do and I wish to help. :D I have Windows Vista, so if something isn't quite the same, ask and I can probably clarify it for XP.

We will be editing the registry, so please back up your computer/set a system restore point.

First, make sure all programs and windows are closed, then open the start menu and type into the "command" into the start search field (for xp users, go to run, then type in "cmd") and press enter. This will open up the command prompt window. It's a black window.

Now, in the black box, type in "regedit" and press enter. This will open up the registry editor. We will be deleting two values from the registry in order to make the computer properly detect the DVD drive.

Once you have the registry editor open, you will have to open a series of folders to access the particular registry values that need to be deleted. It will be displayed like this:

Folder>Sub Folder>Sub Sub Folder

Please open the following folders in the registry editor in the following order:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Class

From here, you need to select the folder which is ninth from the top in the Class folder. The name of this folder is {4D36E966-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318

In this folder with an extraordinarily long name of jibberish, you will find two files entitled "LowerFilters" and "UpperFilters," respectively. Click on LowerFilters to select it then either right click and select the delete option or simply press the delete key on your keyboard, then confirm that you would like to delete it. Click UpperFilters to select it then repeat the process followed for LowerFilters.

Lastly, close all windows and restart your computer.

Your DVD-RW drive should work now. To test it, put in any CD/DVD/whatever.

I hope this helps and if it doesn't, then I apologize. I wish I could help more, but I'm just repeating the process Toshiba tech support went over with me.

Have a good one. :)

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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