Question about Computers & Internet
Check the region settings, click on start, my computer and right click on the drive. next click on properties, open the hardware tab and select the drive from their. click on properties and select the region tab and select the region you need.click ok and then click apply.
also check that you have all the necessary codecs installed. visit www.freecodecs.com and download the latest codec pack for your operating system.
and update the drivers, www.drivermax.com for a free driver management program.
if all this fails, then the drive may be faulty or just a loose connection.
go into the device manager, start, control panel, system, device manager and check for fault codes, you can also update and roll back drivers from their.
I hope this will help.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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