I have a tsstcorp cd/dvdw ts-h552u DVD drive and I'm having trouble running certain games. When I try to play a new one the disk refuses to run up to speed.I can hear it start to spin for about 2 seconds and then it stops, waits for 10 seconds and tries again. And again. And again! The strange thing is it only on some games that the problem occurs. It appeared to be Sega made games for some reason but I've just bought a new one today and its had the same effect but isn't a Sega product! Hope you can help because its really frustrating!
This can be due to the reason that the certain cd roms cannot be read by your drive. please insert and check other brand cd roms...if they run then the cd rom u r using cannot be read by ur Cd.dvdw DVD drive
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Hello The laser pickup unit of the DVD player may either be dusty or dirty. Try to clean it, by inserting a lens cleaning disc into the player and play it until it pays completley. Then check it out. If this do not help you, the laser pickup unit is faulty. It will be best to muy a new Player, rather than try to repair it, especially to computer DVD players. OK.
Try uninstalling the device using device manager. Shutdown computer and restart. If the problem persists then you have a faulty DVD/CD drive.
Go to My Computer and right click, select the Device Manager, search for the drive on the right side. Right click and choose Uninstall. then restart. Hope this helps.
download driver for your dvd... i hade simmiler problems with tsstcorp ..in my case i updated the firmware of device and it worked like charm... for audio try to install it from device manager.... with have disk...
Well, I'm sorry it didn't work out for you. It was still worth a try. I have to agree with you. Since it isn't being recognized properly it probably isn't worth the trouble getting it repaired since typically that costs more than buying a new one. If you need to find some good prices on CD/DVD readers & burners you can look online here: