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Re: lg tower pc
you need to go into bios at startup, press F2 Or Delete Or Esc on bootup. When you get into the System Bios. Change the boot device priority from HDD To CD/DVD To boot first.
Save/exit And when you reboot ( with windows XP in the Drive ) you,ll get options to format or re-install.
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you wont download it. Do the fllowing step.
1.control panel->system->hardware->DEVICE MANAGER
2.uninstall your driver
3.restart you computer
4.on tray icon a balloon come with a MSG of 'found new hardware'
5.click on it
6.select your driver from it .then select suitable option
if you still have problem buy a you op(win xp,vista,7..).using that disk repair you computer.
ok... Xp both home and pro editions may require you do the updates... if you have not done so lately, you might want to do it now.... go to windows update to see if you still have to update... make sure you also have service pack 3 installed... LG also comes with it's own software for you to install on CD Rom... if you have it and it does not install right away, you might have to do it manually or go to you CD Rom and right click explore to see the files to install it.. Good Luck To You
What software do u use to write DVDs on both PCs...
if they are different then that may be the issue....
dont spoil the DVDs....
try DVD RW disks...that way you can erase them later...
i too have the same DVD writer, not had any issue in either XP or Win7....i have dual boot and have made many movie DVDs using both OS...i use Nero and Power2Go of LG(the install disk that came with the LG DVD writer has this great software...."LG Power tool")
try this tool...it should work...
the inbuilt DVD creator in Win7 has some issues with DVD creation....due to non compatibility of graphics card and display drivers (WDDM)....+ you may not have the correct codec required to burn DVDs.....
get the FFDSHOW codec from google.... and install it...shutdown and restart and then try...
let me have a feedback pls...
I have an LG super multi burner that worked great on my older computer with windows xp, but i just moved it to my new computer with vista and it will not accept the software. the computer will read discs in the drive, but it will not burn, it acts as if there is not disc in it to burn. what can i do?