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It usually better using the burn software that came with the multi burner because it will be compatible with your multi buner. Windows media player burning cannot be compatible to all the burners on the market.
Ok, you must try to re-start your machine with the dvd of recovery inserted, when it appears the screen of toshiba presses F12, and selects the appropriate bay, if on having executed the unit of DVD, this it reads the disc perfectly the problem is of Software and you solve it with a patch that Microsoft has, where you must edit the record of the machine and correct an instruction, must look for the site of Microsoft.
It may not be a video driver problem but rather the software that you are using to watch the DVD. Are you using windows media player and if so what version. Ver. 11 is the latest. Before installing any more drivers. download Power DVD trial version and see if you can play the DVD with it. If you can, your drivers are OK. Come back when you have done this and let me know how you get on.
YOu need a 3rd pary dvd player software installed, Like power dvd. Power DVD , Win Dvd etx, you should have gotten a copy of a player when you brought your computer, If you didnt or cant find it you can download one, many have trial versions or you can get a free one.
If you get a trial version of Power Dvd it automatically installs a dvd decoder. even if power dvd trial expiers and you cant use it anymore you will still be able to play the dvd's on windows media player cause the decoder will remain there and media player will have axcess to it :)
I am Romeet,i will try and help you with this problem.Seems it could be an issue with the Combo DVD Drive's Driver Software or Firmware.
From your Desktop:
Right Click " My Computer" Icon and select "Properties"
Go to "Hardware" Tab and select "Device Manager"
Under Device Manager, scroll down to the "DVD/CDROM Drives" menu and click on the plus ( + ) Sign next to it
Right Click the Drive name eg " Toshiba DVD-R TSST 2313" and select " Uninstall" Click yes to any prompts and restart your Laptop.
After rebooting, Windows XP should pick up the drivers again, so wait a while for it to complete and until it notifies you that " Windows successfully completed installing your new hardware" or something to that effect and then try using the software cds again